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J. Y. JOYNER LIBRARY 

EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY 

GREENVILLE, N.C. 



1974 



THE 
NEWS AND OBSERVER 
INDEX 



1970 - 1971 



J. Y. JOYNER LIBRARY 
EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY 
GREENVILLE, N. C. 

1974 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2013 



http://archive.org/details/newsobserver19701971jyjo 



The Reference Staff of J. Y. Joyner Library began this index to 
the Raleigh News and Observer as a research aid for the East Carolina 
University community. Coverage is generally limited to North Carolina 
news, but national subjects are included when they relate to the state. 
Stories are generally entered by subject rather than place. TO INSURE 
LOCATING ALL STORIES ON A SUBJECT, THE USER SHOULD CHECK EVERY POSSIBLE 
SUBJECT HEADING. 

Initially the Index was highly selective with emphasis on biography, 
education, politics and government, and controversial issues. Coverage 
has become progressively comprehensive so that currently most subjects 
except social news and athletics are covered. 

In 1973, the Index was revised using, where applicable, the subject 
headings in The New York Times Thesaurus . Until this revision, biograph- 
ical material was entered under the heading BIOGRAPHY or an individual's 
name; now all biographical entries are under PEOPLE. 

Until 1971, the edition of the News and Observer on microfilm was 
often a later edition than the one available for indexing. For the 
years 1967-1970, if a story does not appear on the page given in the 
Index , the user is advised to scan the entire issue and the following 
issue or issues. Occasionally a story is dropped and does not appear 
in the microfilmed edition. 



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ABC 


Alcoholic Control Board 


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August 


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commission 


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editorial 


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North Carolina 


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North Carolina State University at Raleigh 





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University 


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University of North Carolina (whole system) 


UNC-C 


University of North Carolina at Charlotte 


UNC-CH 


University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 


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University 



1970 



NEWS AND OBSERVER 

ABC 

Agent dies in gambling raid 18-3 

Alley Cat club sale suspended for 30 days F 17-22 

Arrests continue in Fayetteville N 10-5 

Cary to get liquor store F 17-22 

Firms lose beer permits My 19-5 

Firms lose permits for beer sales Mr 17-5 

In Crowd loses beer license Jl 21-20 

Keg loses its beer permit My 19-24 

Law recodification studies by subcommittee Ag 10-24 

Liquor ad restrictions eased Je 16-24 

Liquor tax change will hike prices Mr 17-1 

Low sales plague one store D 31-3 

Still raided; five arrested (Rocky Mount) Mr 4-3 

Still raided in Yadkin, 3 arrested J 19-21 

Three men arrested, 20 stills razed My 30-10 
A. AND T. UN IV 
see 
NC A & T 
ABORTION " 

Court gets arguments N 6-34 

Law challenged by author of bill My 18-6 

Law faces court test My 13-3 

Law test planned My 5-1 

Lawyers hit state laws on abortion Jl 4-3 

Liberalized stand taken (NC med. soc.) My 20-1 

NC law may be challenged Ap 10-7 

NC woman finds most doors closed Ap 10-18 
ABORTION 
see also 
BIRTH CONTROL 
ACCIDENTS 

Accident kills two, injures one at Dunn J 15-10 

Accidents leading killers of NC young N 27-1 

Asheville men electrocuted while moving machinery N 3-18 

Bladeless fan found where youth died My 23-3 

Car flips, two killed (Rocky Mount) Je 8-18 

Cousins drown near Wilson My 11-21 

Crash of small plane in Wake kills pilot Ag 21-34 

Crash of small plane kills 5 Ap 3-1 

Doctors sew on young boy's hand after accident Ap 27-5 

5 fatality wreck boosts death toll D 27-12 

43 migrants injured in bus-car collision My 20-18 

4 fatality wreck boosts NC toll 18-3 

High Point crash fatal to three J 13-5 

Hope fades in Hyde for Marine, youth Mr 18-3 

Lightning kills 2 on Duke golf course Ag 25-3 

Machine scalps girl in Raeford My 17-3 

Miner trapped at Townsville S 16-1 

1 dead, 2 missing in boating mishap (Swan Quarter) Mr 17-1 

Parachutist dies in fall near Erwin 12-20 

Plane crash kills three (Benson) J 11-1 

Planes collide over Weldon, six military crewmen killed Ap 17-1 

Raleigh couple, two others killed Ag 22-7 



ACCIDENTS (Cont.) 

Randolph county wreck kills four My 4-24 

Sea claims ex-Raleigh man' s life Mr 21-24 

Seven drown in rough seas off coast Je 1-3 

Three men killed in Wilmington wrecks Mr 25-3 

Two bodies recovered from plane N 10-26 

Two bodies recovered in waterway Mr 29-18 

Two-car crash kills nine; three in Raleigh family F 1-1 

Two children die in Clayton fire D 23-28 

Two men electrocuted as truck hits power line Jl 18-22 

Va. man's body found at Hatteras My 30-3 

Wreck kills four J 12-5 

Wrecks kill rock group, four others J 18-1 
ACCIDENTS 
see also 
FIRES 

HIGHWAY SAFETY 
ADMINISTRATION , DEFT OF 
see 
STATE EMPLOYEES 
ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON ECONOMICS AND ENVIRONMENT 

New committee gets challenge Ap 29-3 
AGED AND AGE 

Council funds 4 projects Jl 18-3 
AGED AND AGE 
see also 
ANTI - POVERTY PROGRAMS , HOUS ING , MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
AGRICULTURE 

Campaign launched against hog cholera S 9-18 

Corn blight found in Eastern NC counties Ag 18-3 

Farm bureau sets state convention N 9-21 

Farm money held back J 12-1 

Grain assoc. closed after USDA examines records My 23-1 

Hearings planned by board My 4-23 

Hog cholera thought due to illegal movement Je 24-3 

Huge farm planned in Hyde D 12-3 

NC farm income hits record high Ap 2-1 

Poultry charges cause concern J 30-1 

'70 good farming year despite drought, blight N 9-21 

6 counties quarantined for Cholera S 5-5 

State apparently winning fight against hog cholera D 13-1 

357o of corn crop lost, experts estimate Ag 22-7 

'Treasures' in Blacklands explored J 12-16 
AGRICULTURE 
see also 
FISH 

PESTICIDES AND PESTS 
AIR POLLUTION 

Air control regions set in state N 14-5 

Black smoke in NC will soon be unlawful sight J 16-6 

Brown Lung solution may lie outside mills Ag 18-3 

Brown lung tests set in textile plants My 3-9 

City's air rating challenged Ag 5-30 



AIR POLLUTION (Cont . ) 

Consortium begins J 6-22 

Danger of brown lung disease still unknown Mr 21-23 

Doctor gathers data here for drive on Brown Lung J 5-24 

4 NC cities in top 120 S 11-1 

House burning by firemen violates city ordinance N 14-24 

Industry gets message on noise F 9-1 

New Bern won't get wind of pulp mill opening F 8-8 

Nixon allocates $200,000 for study of 'brown lung' F 11-1 

NCSU drums up noise fight J 11-1 

Officials warn on burning leaves 12-5 

Physician assails textile mills for record on Brown Lung disease J 18-3 

Propane-powered vehicles praised by Wilmington S 20-5 

Raleigh 23d in 'dirty air' rankings Ag 4-1 

Textile pollution loss is in billions Mr 29-IV,10 
AIR POLLUTION 
see also 
AIRPORTS , POLLUTION , WATER AND AIR RESOURCES 
AIRPORTS 

Airport an investment (ed.) Ag 27-4 

C&D receives proposed airport land swap plan Ap 29-3 

Conservationists charge blackmail in land swap My 27-30 

Expansion put at $48 million Ag 26-1 

Land swap gets endorsement My 3-6 

Land swap gets opposition in C and D My 2-3 

Park land swap rejected by C&D S 13-1 

Rocky Mount-Wilson airport opens Mr 17-3 

Scott virtually endorses airport-park land swap Je 17-28 

Tardy RDU study near completion Ag 5-30 

Tax on passengers proposed to fund airport J 28-1 
ALBEMARLE AREA DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION 

NC 'noncommital ' on Albemarle group F 17-3 
ALCOHOL 

Did wave of sin turn 'dry' island of Camden 'wet'? Ag 24-3 

Events this week reflect NC alcoholism efforts Mr 9-3 

Moonshine craft losing luster D 2-1 

Scott won't fight local drink vote; Governor attacks alcohol; Scott lends 
humor to conference Mr 11-6 
ALCOHOL 

see also 
ABC 

LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 
ALCOHOLIC CONTROL BOARD 
see 
ABC 
ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTERS 

Gov. Scott dedicates Jones Center Mr 14-3 
AMBULANCE SERVICE 

Unpaid bill losses heavy J 7-6 
AMERICAN LEGION 

Leader raps radicals, seeks unity Mr 21-3 
AMER ICAN PARTY 

Bitter political infighting Mr 17-6 

Board OK's Leggett as candidate S 22-5 



AMERICAN PARTY (Cont.^ 

Candidates file F 19-1 

Dispute still raging Mr 26-3 

Feud goes to jury Je 2-3 

Green to battle new challenge on American party Mr 23-3 

Judge rules on Green as head J 9-5 

Party head settled for AIP J 1-3 

Psychiatric reports cited in American Party dispute N 21-3 

Suspension sought for chancellors My 9-16 

Voters quit party rolls Je 6-5 
ANT I - POVERTY PROGRAMS 

Activists get jail sentence for contempt 21-3 

Agency (FCD) waits word on funding Mr 21-5 

Are Tar Heels starving? J 21-24 

Bus funds sought to aid commodity food recipients N 12-54 

Durham agency gets conditional grant Ap 25-3 

Durham group awaits Ford Fund decision Mr 6-5 

Ex-Tar Heel fights contempt of Congress charge N 20-48 

FCD given Ford grant totaling $540,000 Mr 26-3 

Food stamp distribution rises in state Ag 23-5 

Food stamps aid 100,000 Tar Heels J 7-26 

Four VISTA volunteers to leave Madison Ag 9-3 

Fund test slated in Jones court D 18-24 

Incentive program funds three S 15-24 

Mars Hill favors local VISTA Ag 6-15 

Minimum income is used in Duplin; Examples show how income plan 
works Mr 30-3 

Poor air complaints at Windsor hearing J 11-4 

Probe asked of Cumberland Community Action Program Ap 22-3 

Program gives kids solid meals Ag 9-5 

Rapid action cited in Jones county suit Jl 1-3 

State agency gets voice in programs Je 16-3 

State gets funds to feed poor J 20-3 

State manpower program awarded grant My 4-3 

School officials hope to end hunger for NC children S 9-28 

To run all year in Wake county Mr 27-42 

Training called big need Je 26-42 

VISTA workers leaving Jl 30-6 

VISTA workers worried by leadership's statements Ag 2-7 

Wake Opportunities, Inc. gets grant request Mr 11-28 

Work program funds ignored by Jones co. Ap 22-14 
ANTI - POVERTY PROGRAMS 
see also 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
SCHOOL FOOD PROGRAMS 
APPALACHIAN STATE U 

Innovative program set Mr 22-9 

Way inaugurated as president Ap 25-3 
APPOINTMENTS 

Art museum trustees chairman appointed N 19-52 

Budget post to Anderson Mr 21-5 

Charges on Pierce dropped by court My 8-22 

Director named for state's police information network J 1-44 

Finch named to C D panel (dome) 14-1 
Flora named to milk commission Mr 25-30 

Garner man (Stephenson) named to industrial post Ap 23-32 
Governor names 2 to Vocational Education advisory committee J 13-6 



APPOINTMENTS (Cont . ) 

Handicapped committee post filled (Strickland) D 8-5 

Kirby appointed district court judge S 19-3 

Lennon, Mrs. Thelma gets post in education J 2-3 

McLean appointed district court judge Jl 8-3 

Pierce appointment opposed by industry unit Ap 6-5 

Prominent Tar Heels named to zoo board D 4-15 

Rehabilitation director named (Hubbard) D 1-26 

Scott announces 15 appointments J 17-16 

Scott delays industrial panel post (Pierce) Ap 3-7 

Scott names five to US rural panel Mr 21-5 

Scott names group on aging N 6-18 

Scott names health appointees Je 18-8 

Scott names labor panel Ag 21-42 

Scott names members of health panel Je 28-16 

Scott names members to marine council J 28-19 

Scott names members to water panel Je 24-9 

Scott names 7 to Caswell memorial D 29-5 

Scott names study group for justice Mr 5-34 

Scott names 3 to Local Govt. Comm. Jl 17-5 

Scott names trustees at three schools N 20-41 

Scott names Wiggins as panel head Mr 6-5 

Scott picks government study group My 7-6 

Three named to boards Je 17-5 

Walker, Wilton F. named to judgeship S 16-38 
ARCHEOLOGY 

Old bones found near Lumberton 8-42 
ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

Coker named Archives head S 4-8 
ARSON 

Catawba fire said deliberate My 2-5 

Data cards destroyed in ECU fire My 9-3 

Grifton druggist convicted in fire 31-3 

Juveniles charged in Spring Lake fire Ap 25-3 

School fire definitely a 'set fire' (Stanley) 7-5 
ARSON 

see also 
FIRES 
ART 

Chowan art gallery to open Ag 23-V,5 

County has 11 portraits unclaimed 17-22 

Durham man will see statue installed after 43 year wait My 29-3 

George arrives in style to take seat in capitol My 31-1 

Portraits hang on local dilemma S 29-1 

Queen to sit for Tar Heel artist D 27-V,7 

Replica of Canova statue dedicated by officials 14-5 

Speight show at Greenville N 29-V,6 
ART MUSEUM 
see 
NC MUSEUM OF ART 
ARTS COUNCIL 

Grants announced D 13-V,6 

Taking art to the people J 11-V,1 



ASSAULT 

Aberdeen assault case set April 9 Ap 2-3 

Boy, 16, convicted of assaulting girl, 11 (Murry) J 17-3 

Greenville man gets sentence Ag 14-3 

Greenville trial begins with officer's testimony Ag 13-3 

Larry Teel posts bond at Oxford Ag 4-3 

Man (Brickhouse) sentenced for assault on Tyrell sheriff N 26-3 

Man held for trial in child assault case S 19-3 

Marine convicted J 7-17 

Morehead city youth held for assault Mr 17-6 

Nursing student stabbed by intruder Ap 8-3 

Pair held in firing on trooper D 8-5 

Soldier charged after shootout here Mr 6-42 

3 women charged in child assault F 7-22 • 

2 charged (Wilmington) 17-3 
ASSAULT 

see also 
RAPE 
ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

Commissioners ignored party in vote 4-7 

NC county commissioners elect GOP head S 30-3 
ATTORNEY GENERAL 

How diligence pays (ed.) N 29-IV,4 

Morgan asks dismissal of civil suit (election of judges) Mr 17-5 

Lawyers' jackpot--that ' s 'the list' My 3-IV,3 

Morgan asks purchase of site for Justice building expansion Mr 7-5 

Morgan's ruling OKs Jones building plan F 21-3 

NC supreme court grills Morgan on housing act F 12-1 

Order stops sale of will forms F 20-5 

Week's delay seen in new vote opinion F 17-3 
ATTORNEY GENERAL 
see also 
CONSUMER PROTECTION 
MORGAN , ROBERT 
AUTHORS 
see 
WRITERS AND WRITING 
AUTOMOB ILE S - - STATE EMPLOYEES USE 

State car tag law change urged D 30-5 
AWARDS 

Agricultural hall of fame picks Edwards My 25-23 

Andy Griffith gets award at 'Lost Colony' Ag 27-42 

Architects' awards go to Raleigh people F 14-22 

Architecture award honors Raleigh coed S 18-18 

Awards presented by NC State alumni My 3-10 

Brewer, Owen, win awards for literary achievement D 5-5 

College of physicians honors Dr. Daniels Ap 16-6 

Community winners honored (Coastal Plain Area Development Association) N25-3 

Council announces poetry winners 25-IV,7 

Disabled Goldsboro man gets rehabilitation honor Je 20-5 

Floyd received '69 farm award J 8-33 

4-H winners announced Ap 27-23 

Gardner award goes to NCSU professor My 26-3 

Handicapped mother is given NC award Mr 20-8 

Hickory teacher gets Sanford award Je 25-48 



AWARDS (Cont.) 

High school students win scholastic art awards F 5-35 

Horticulture group honors NCSU man N 9-21 

McFadden, Johnnie is teacher of the year J 11-6 

Mrs. Kerr Scott honored by NCSU N 7-5 

N&O gets school bill award Mr 20-48 

N & O's Laurie Holder wins J 23-44 

NC architects give restoration awards Ag 1-16 

NC awards go to four Tar Heels My 28-1 

NC girl winner of spelling bee Je 5-1 

NCDA honor goes to Mrs. DeCosta J 19-19 

NCSU pair honored for walker design Ag 31-10 

NC wildlife group honored Mr 22-6 

Nurse of the year is named (Hitchcock) D 13-111,23 

Raleigh honors blind woman Je 7-7 

Rocky Mount : all american city F 20-6 

Scott praises heroines Jl 25-5 

Sir Walter Raleigh cup started with dilemma N 29-V,7 

Small town planning recognized 23-42 

State art society names annual contest winners D 3-50 

Stern gets award for air work Jl 3-3 

Student journalist to get N&O award Ap 24-6 

TV, radio stations get awards Ag 23-3 

Tar Heel (White) gets navy decoration Jl 1-26 

10 writers honored by governor F 14-14 

Two Raleigh firms win design prizes Jl 26-5 

Two Tar Heel architects honored My 3-V,7 

Two Wake towns get awards N 19-29 

UNC student president wins Rhodes scholarship D 21-38 

AWARDS 

see also 
categories of winners 
e.g., WRITERS AND WRITING 

AZALEA FESTIVAL 

Hail queen at festival Ap 5-1 
Highlights NC weekend Ap 2-8 

BALD HEAD ISLAND 

" Act 2, scene 2 Ap 26-IV,3 
Brunswick commissioners pitch for development My 8-33 
Chairmen ponder Bald Head study J 24-5 
Conference cancelled Mr 21-5 
Developer hits Sowers on island Ap 26-3 
Developers, conservationists race for island F 4-3 
Development called economic threat Ap 23-3 
Drama: act II Ap 5-IV,2 

Federal aid sought to acquire Bald Head D 12-1 
Gil Horton warns Bald Head buyers F 5-3 
Henderson defends plans for Bald Head D 7-6 
Horton hits Bald Head compromise My 25-30 
Group plans to buy property F 3-3 
Morgan says state can cancel option My 15-3 
Option renewed, Henderson says Jl 7-1 
Proposals revealed N 13-6 
Public ownership urged N 3-5 
Purchase Bald Head, says C&D Mr 25-30 



BALD HEAD ISLAND (Cont . ) 

Resort plans are disclosed Ap 3-3 

Scott: study by colleges hoped Je 8-3 

Scott not ruling out compromise My 5-3 

Scott questions developers' intent Ap 2-1 

Scott reveals new plan for acquiring island My 2-1 

Sold for private development Jl 18-1 

State controls access, Scott warns Ap 11-3 

State puts up money Ap 8-36 

State ready to buy island if owner agrees to sell Ap 17-1 

State still seeking private donations F 12-16 
BANKS AND BANKING 

Bank denies owing sum to ex-convict F 5-3 

Bank net income rises with interest rate F 8-IV,10 

Banks get approval on 16 brances My 21-27 

Cape Fear bank, '180 day wonder' Mr 29-IV,9 

Commission voting is clarified Ag 6-28 

First-Citizens gets okay to open Rocky Mt. bank J 22-12 

Further proceedings asked on bank (First Citizens) Ap 22-5 

New federal law will be windfall for NC J 17-5 

NC banks answer complaint Mr 26-5 

Panel to review applications My 2-3 

Rate drop sparks quick NC action Mr 26-1 

Smithfield bank decision reaffirmed S 24-37 
BANKS AND BANKING 
see also 
INTEREST RATES 
BAPTISTS 

Blacks admitted to Raleigh congregation D 21-38 

Elect officers, present new resolutions N 11-3 
BATH 

Humorist Harding honored at center dedication 18-3 
BEACHES 

Collector of shells finds Tar Heel beaches a treasure Mr 19-23 

Restoration of Carolina Beach under way My 4-3 

Two beaches to undergo restoration F 3-5 
BEACHES 

see also 
CONSERVATION 
BELMONT ABBEY COLLEGE 

President named (Bradley) Ag 20-15 
BIOGRAPHY 

Abernathy, Charles L. , Carteret gets portrait My 31-7 

Adams, John F., symbol of new breed of Raleigh leaders J 4-IV,3 

Allen, George V., former diplomat dies at 66 Jl 12-11,9 

Andersen, Hans Christian of Chapel Hill S 27-IV,3 

Arthur, Billy, little man with a large sense of humor S 20-IV,3 

Ball, Ned B. elected president of Merrill Lynch 14-17 

Barton, Lewis Randolph, gently warrior for Lumbee Indians 18-IV,3 

Bellow, Thomas wins Rhodes scholarship D 21-38 

Best, Dr. Andrew, why I'm involved, bitter personal experience N 1-IV,3 

Blickenstaff , Marvin, UNC pianist N 29-V,4 

Blount, Marvin K. named judge Ag 8-3 

Boyd, Cedric M. , city of parks by the Trent and the Neuse 11~IV,3 

Bradley, John P. named president at Belmont Ag 20-15 

Bryany, J. Frank, tobacco statesman, calm voice 25-IV,3 

Bundy, William J. dies in Europe Je 28-16 

Bundy, William J. funeral Sunday Jl 3-5 



BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Bundy, William J. reflects on long career Mr 22-10 

Burney, John J.: crusader for 'little man' F 22-IV,3 

Burns, James C. : director and leader of a band F 8-IV,3 

Campbell, Leslie Hartwell, educator's rites set N 27-31 

Cameron, C. C. honored for service by Meredith S 26-3 

Carr, Leo dies at 76 in Alamance Ap 6-1 

Carr, Leo quits bench J 13-3 

Carraway, Gertrude to retire as restoration director Mr 18-26 

Carson, Robert Gordon, link between Raleigh and Afghanistan U S 13-IV,1 

Cathey, Sam, blind judge dies at 76 F 14-14 

Chambers, Lenoir dies at 78 J 11-15 

Cheek, James said in confrontation S 15-24 

Cheek, King V will leave shaw to head Morgan State S 5-1 

Claridge, Fred, ex-forester dies Mr 23-17 

Clark, Richard: champion of fairness in the market-place F 1-TV,3 

Coleman, Herbert, wildlife protector My 17-111,1 

Coolidge, Warren, US attorney Ap 12-11,26 

Cooper, Rose Marie: nationally known composer F 8-V,4 

Crawford, John W. , extension specialist to retire Jl 20-16 

Cross, James Jr., student trustee on the go Ap 26-IV,3 

Crowden, Maria Fletcher, Asheville's ex-Miss America remains in 

public spotlight My 3-12 
Cullom, Mrs. Ed, Wake's first woman to run for office Jl 16-19 
Davis, Ferd gets high post with guard J 22-46 
DelaCourt, Paul, civic-minded businessman Ag 16-IV,3 
Dorsett, James K. joining Wachovia corp. S 9-19 
Douglas, Mary Peacock, librarian, dies J 30-34 
Edmundson, William A., in a teacher's 'Utopia' Jl 19-IV,3 
Ferebee, Percy B., dead at 79 D 31-6 
Fields, Bill, call him a 'portrait painter' N 22-V,6 
Forsyth, Frank, former legislator dies in Asheville F 27-14 
Fountain, Ben, state names director of community colleges Ag 27-7 
Fountain, Ben, watching a 'Generation leap' Ag 2-IV,3 
Frank, Nyle, 'King' creates royal furor D 20-14 
Frazer, C. R. ex-dean of Shaw dies Mr 6-8 
Fulcher, Clayton, promoting coast economy Ag 9-IV,3 
Godwin, R. C, legislator dies at 78 F 6-3 
Graham, Frank, at 84 a memorable man D 27-6 
Griffith, Andy returns to TV F 22-V,2 
Grimsley, Joe named to regional post Jl 23-6 

Gulledge, Eugene A., top man in federal aid to housing 4-IV,3 
Hammond, Leigh H. , fattening pocketbooks My 3-IV,3 
Harding, Edmund Hoyt , NC humorist dies S 21-1 

Harrell, Olympis Danczkey, escape was several mine fields away N 8-111,5 
Hayes, Betty June, one-woman liberation movement N 8-IV,3 
Hayes, Johnson J., ex-federal judge dies 23-5 
Heath, Milton S., retired professor dies S 9-22 
Hedrick, Fred, no time for self-pity Mr 29-IV,3 
Hodges, Luther, busts soon on display D 10-10 
Hoffman, Arnold, music education in NC My 3-V,5 

Hoolahan, Paul, UNC ' s Hoolahan makes music and writes poetry N 12-41 
Horton, Gilliam King: accenting the conservation in C&D J 25-IV,3 
Howar, Barbara Dearing, radical intellectual N 15-V,1 



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BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Howard, Monsignor Frank J., to be missed in Havelock D 20-8 

Humber, Robert Lee to be buried Sunday N 12-44 

Inscoe, D. Staton, postmaster retires Jl 31-38 

James, H. Brooks, gets post with UNC Ag 11-18 

Jeffreys, R. J., author, lecturer dies S 1-18 

Jones, Robert E., working for the state's rural poor Jl 26-IV,2 

Jordan, B. Everett formidable foe for would-be senators D 13-IV,3 

Jurgenson, Kai, the theater is in his blood My 24-IV,3 

Keyes, Warren, 'less violence, more education' Je 7-IV,3 

Lee, Howard N. gets party post N 27-5 

Levertov, Denise combines rough politicking and gentle art 25-IV,7 

Linton, Thomas, preaching the gospel of the ocean's bounty Ap 5-IV,3 

Long, Bill, labor-saving machinery for the farmer J 11-IV,3 

Long, Joseph K. , ex-professor dies at ECU My 31-14 

McCubbin, Elizabeth, wings for butterflies Jl 12-IV,3 

McDuffie, M. A., a perfectionist in building Je 28-IV,3 

McGee, Mike says flying is fun Je 21-11,8 

McLaughlin, Leo to be president of Johnson C. Smith My 28-18 

McMillan, James B., catching the desegregation flak F 15-IV,3 

McMillan, Mary Lee, a woman for all seasons D 6~IV,3 

McRay, Reuben, philosophy is to help D 13-IV,3 

Martin, Jim, he's the Republicans' golden boy N 22-IV,3 

Mason, Wilton, a year as lecturer in Tehran 4-V,2 

Massenburg, James to resign post at 73 30-5 

Matthews, Thomas P„, Raleigh native will head Amarillo art center My 31-V,8 

May, Reynolds named foundation director J 23-8 

Miller, C. Arden, health eciences head to leave Feb. 1 S 12-22 

Minges, Miles 0., bottling firm head dies S 8-20 

Mintz, Rudolph Ivey found dead at motel F 3-1 

Mitchell, Mrs. John, her roots go as deep as the trees she defends My 24-111,1 

Moore, Bryan, affluence, influence service Ap 19-IV,3 

Morrisey, John, candid practical politician Je 21-IV,3 

Morrison, Joseph, dies at Chapel Hill N 12-44 

Morrow, Maude fights poverty--her own 11-V,10 

Nabors, Ray, made a million and dreams of sailing away D 27-IV,3 

Nielson, Geraldine to resign Jl 28-3 

Petty, Richard, the Babe Ruth of stock car racing S 6-IV,3 

Preyer, William Yost, death takes father of US Rep. D 9-29 

Ragsdale, George R. to resign superior court post Jl 29-5 

Rankin , Watson Smith, ex-health director succombs S 9-22 

Rauch, Marshall, State Sen. keeping a career galloping Mr 1-IV,3 

Ready, Epps , will leave post D 18-3 

Reese, Addison, corporate enterprise and the arts Mr 15-V,4 

Rich, Henry, at 16 still a whiz at things academic F 22-V,10 

Richter, Harry, IBM's man in the Triangle My 17 -IV, 3 

Robbins, Grover Cleveland Jr., developer of resorts dies Mr 5-9 

Roberts, William, helping keep food on NC tables Ap 12-IV,3 

Rollins, J. H. , ex-state veterinarian dies Ag 31-10 

Ruark, Henry Gibbons: heart attack fells Methodist leader F 27-12 

Sanford, Terry formally installed as Duke's sixth president 19-1 

Satterfield, Byrd I., ex-legislator dies J 31-8 

Shamburger, Page, woman against a hurricane My 31-IV,3 



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BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Sharpe, Bill, funeral services today J 8-13 

Shipp, Rev. J. Wesley, controversial pastor accepts new church Ap 21-24 

Simmons, Gene, new state democratic chairman J 18-IV,3 

Simmons, Gene, Scott taps Simmons for party post J 8-1 

Sledge, John, farmer speaking for farmers My 10-IV,3 

Sloan, Norman, 'building tattered teams into tyrants' Mr 22-IV,3 

Smith, Donnie resigns as city attorney 31-24 

Sneden, John A. named arts school dean S 8-21 

Soleri, Paulo, Italian architect seeks to humanize cities 25-5 

Spear, Richard, ECU professor dies Je 5-5 

Stafford, William, candid comment from a poet N 29-IV,7 

Stamey, James fills vehicles dept. post Ap 29-1 

Stanford, Charles, museum chief brings art to people Ap 26-11 

Stanford, Charles W. , Jr., new art museum director Mr 18-26 

Stephenson, William, industry official brings friendliness Ap 12-11,11 

Stevens, W. W. accepts watershed post J 19-18 

Stewart, James J., former NC State dean dies at 59 4-14 

Stewart, Tom, busy mayor who still chases fire engines Je 14-IV,3 

Stith, Laurence, cultural arts for Carteret Ag 23-IV,3 

Sutton, Louis, CP&L head dies at 80 J 6-1 

Taylor, Archie is silent on Georgia arrest report F 21-1 

Taylor, Nelson: gets position as UNC veep F 24-5 

Thomas, Mason Jr., involvement is the word Ag 30-IV,3 

Trentman, W. Hal reflects on his years in govt. F 8-6 

Turlington, R. Melvin, builder, of homes Mr 8-IV,3 

Tyler, N. B. dies at 75 Mr 4-5 

Valentine, Itimous T., former justice dies Jl 28-1 

Van Hook, Maude has retired from banking Mr 1-IV,8 

Vaughan, Lucy, off Broadway but magic is there N 29-IV,3 

Voorhees, Edwin, artist left big city and came to NC coast to paint 

Ag 16-V,10 
Wallace, Lawrence, an optimist about tobacco Jl 5-V,3 

Walsh, Michael, Stoneybrook squire has keen eye for prospects Mr 22-V,8 
Ward, Robert, state school of the arts director Ap 19-V,4 
Warrick, Elton joins Hall of Fame at Guilford Ag 2-11,24 
Watson, Perry, music director at NC State D 20-V,4 
Waynick, Elizabeth McBee (Mrs. Capus) dies in High Point Mr 3-5 
Weilman, Frederick L., expert on your morning cup of coffee D 20-IV,3 
Wester, Carl, administrator of state ABC board dies My 7-46 
Wey, H. W. inaugurated as Appalachian president Ap 25-3 
Wheeler, Dr. Raymond, 'my heart has wept for the south* Jl 29-5 
Wheeler, John, working quietly for the progress of blacks Mr 15-IV,3 
Whisnant, Charleen, Charlotte writer-editor-teacher N 16-TV,3 
Wilke, Alfred W. , dream to be writer realized after 50 years D 10-26 
Williams, Edgar Jr., creative student composer My 31-V,5 
Winborne, J. Wallace: portrait given to NC court F 10-5 

BIRDS 

Birds get national attention (Scotland Neck) Mr 14-1 

Blackbirds fly away from noise Mr 27-1 

Blackbird plague hits Halifax Mr 12-1 

Crisis evokes strategy meet Mr 13-1 

Flight prodded by gun noise Mr 17-3 

Residents cry 'foul' over birds Ag 6-39 

Sea gulls bomb pads and road N 17-3 



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BIRTH CONTROL 

Chapel Hill firm offers mail-order contraceptives My 25-3 
Family planning proposals outlined for businessmen 24-3 
Will state determine size of family? F 26-54 
BIRTH CONTROL 
see also 
ABORTION 
BLACK PANTHERS 

Black panther prefers jail S 12-5 
BLACK STUDIES PROGRAMS 

Results of black studies vary F 9-7 
BLIND 

Chairman (Early) named for unit on blind 11-4 
Three replaced on panel for blind S 29-5 
BLIND 

see also 
GOV . MOREHEAD SCHOOL 
BLIND , DEAF STATE SCHOOL 
see 
GOV . MOREHEAD SCHOOL 
BLUE LAWS 

Asheville acts on blue laws J 9-18 
Asheville law gets axe My 2-5 
Asheville may kill blue laws J 2-3 
'Blue law blues' --a new chorus My 31-IV,3 
Charges dropped (Monroe) My 28-12 
Constitutionality of Raleigh law goes before state supreme court 

Ap 1-28 
Court upholds Raleigh blue law Je 13-24 
Elizabeth City seeks law Ap 8-8 
Greensboro turns down blue law Mr 4-24 
High Point law challenged My 27-11 
Police enforce city law (Monroe) My 22-34 
Raleigh law survives 2d suit F 26-54 

Sanford merchant evades a blue (law) Christmas D 21-6 
Sunday PX sales stir controversy S 4-3 
BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL 

Queen crowned in Elizabethtown ceremony My 24-3 
BOARD OF ELECTIONS 
see 
ELECTIONS BOARD 
BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 

Central budgeting agency again sought for colleges Mr 12-5 
Gets academic programmer 28-28 
Higher education needs cited by West Ag 20-15 

Keeping higher education going is responsibility of the state Je 28-IV,5 
State must ration higher education programs, says West Mr 12-25 
Stronger higher board offers compliance out Mr 22-IV,5 
West fears for quality of colleges Mr 11-3 
West urges state aid to colleges Je 23-5 
BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 
see also 
EDUCATION , HIGHER 
BRIBERY 

Two men arrested on bribery charges (Goldsboro) F 19-3 



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BRIBERY (Cont.) 
see also 

FRAUDS AND SWINDLING 
BROWN BAGGING 

NC law may contribute to deaths D 1-3 
BROWN BAGGING 
see also 
ABC , ALCOHOL , LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 
BROWN LUNG DISEASE 
see 
AIR POLLUTION 
BUDGET 

NC credit balance $118.9 million Ag 15-5 
BUSES 

Bus co-op rolls to prosperity S 6-IV,3 

Drivers, officials differ on plan F 13-8 

Exact bus-fare plan to start in Charlotte F 19-9 

Financial problems a trend for city bus firms D 24-22 

Mass transit bus systems suggested to study groups N 7-3 

Raleigh problem less than Charlotte's J 30-44 

Utilities agency asks investigation of bus fare plan J 29-50 
BUSES 

see also 
SCHOOL BUSES 
CAMPBELL COLLEGE 

Trust education program set at Campbell J 8-33 
CANDIDATES 

Blue, Gilmore take aim for battle F 17-1 

Candidates for senate Mr 29-3 

Everett has heart attack S 20-1 

Everett launches probe on Jones' speech writers (dome) 23-1 

Everett takes exception to N &. 1st district story 21-3 

40 late in filing reports My 23-5 

GOP's Perry files in 4th district F 14-3 

'Good ole boys' battle in 8th S 27-1 

Hawke, Perry seek nod in fourth; Republicans vying in 7th district Ap 26-4 

Henderson files for fifth house term F 12-14 

Henderson is running harder after Howell's last campaign S 21-1 

Hinton will oppose Taylor for solicitor F 18-5 

Holshouser, Everett fire at Scott S 17-1 

Howell will seek US house seat F 7-5 

Jack Hawke announces candidacy F 3-1 

Lennon and Jones seek re-election F 11-6 

List of hopefuls for NC house Mr 29-3 

New law helps GOP candidates for school units Ap 5-9 

NC legislature to get new faces Mr 31-5 

Rose challenges Lennon for house F 3-3 

Kose offers strong challenge to Lennon Ap 19-1 

Second black seeks election in Edgecombe Mr 21-6 

Take stand on death penalty My 1-9 

Tar Heel price tag N 1-IV,1 

23 will be unopposed for seats Mr 28-1 

2 Wake senate candidates file late expense reports; Jones, Preyer list 
expenses N 28-22 

Woman, negro running for sheiff in Brunswick Ap 2-3 

Woman seeks to unseat sheriff Ap 7-3 



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CANDIDATES (Cont.) 
see also 
BIOGRAPHY, CONGRESSMEN , LEGISLATORS , NEGROES 

CAPE LOOKOUT NATIONAL SEASHORE 

State moving more rapidly to acquire land; no roads, limited access 

planned Je 1-8 
State to acquire core banks tract D 30-1 
State to condemn land in Carteret N13-5 

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 

Candidates take stand on death penalty My 1-9 

Church council to consider prisons, capital punishment Ap 28-3 
Death penalty opponents seek views of candidates Ap 20-3 
Waiting on Raleigh's death row Ap 5-IV,l 

CENSORSHIP 

'Adults only' store operator convicted Ag 14-44 
Bible burners may include 'obscene' works Je 27-3 
Bible burning fails to ignite Je 29-1 
Bookstore operator (Fayetteville) files suit Je 17-3 
Bookstore owners sue after obscenity charge Mr 15-6 
Bookstores target of Wake drive Ag 17-30 
Burning of Bibles scheduled Je 23-1 
Charlotte judge orders film return Ap 30-29 
Council (Jacksonville) may attack films, books Mr 5-34 
Court strikes down NC obscenity law N 28-1 
Court upholds army's right to ban paper S 8-26 
Deputies take film (Goldsboro) 12-20 
Destruction of books set today Je 28-4 

Fayetteville man contests NC obscenity statute Ag 14-44 
Go-go girl frugs for court; gets banished from county F 21-3 
Harnett teacher acquitted of 'obscene' film charges Mr 5-3 
'I am curious' ruled unobscene F 28-22 
Man faces obscenity counts Jl 25-1 
Obscenity arrest repeated Jl 26-3 
Onslow tries to 'put top back on topless' F 20-5 
Pastor may bury 'good news' Je 28-IVj3 
Publication ban at Bragg upheld Ag 29-3 
Sociologist defends 'adults only' store Ag 12-26 
Store manager found guilty in smut case (Wilmington) 30-35 
UNC rules suspend left wing publication J 6-3 
US judge backs Bragg press plan J 7-3 

CENSORSHIP 
see also 
NEWSPAPERS 
TEXTBOOKS 

CENSUS 

Businessmen say census verifies local growth Je 25-48 

Census indicates state won't lose US House seats Je 17-5 

Census takers conferring with 4 cities in NC Ag 4-3 

Delivery of forms to begin today Mr 28-3 

East NC census drop causes tempers to rise Je 25-3 

First count shows 4,966,869 Tar Heels Jl 8-1 

Low census complaints still being received Je 26-3 

Many people don't doubt drop Jl 20-1 

Onslow officials accept count reluctantly; Scott convinced census 

is accurate Jl 21-3 
Recount slated for NC Jl 10-1 



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CENSUS (Cont.) 

Small towns, rural areas hold most NC residents S 3-7 

Small-town NC loses population during sixties S 6-7 

Wake's census 228,453 D 31-1 
CHAPEL HILL 

Bank may change building plans Mr 27-30 

Building plan upsets Chapel Hill Mr 19-6 

Fights to keep 'Intimacy' Ap 5-8 

NCNB reduces building plan Ap 3-5 

Plan on water system backed by Scott Je 25-5 

'Play in street parodies US role in Vietnam war Je 3 

Street peddlers use flower power Jl 6-3 

Suspension protested by parents My 12-22 
CHARLOTTE 

Police unit reshuffled S 20-3 

Policeman killed in ambush My 6-20 

Rehiring of worker advised Mr 12-12 

Student-patrolman fight leads to student walkout Je 3-3 
CHILD ABUSE 

Raleigh parents charged after son burned 13-26 
CHILD CARE CENTERS 
see 
DAY CARE CENTERS 
CHILDREN AND YOUTH 

11-year-old boy found in woods D 28-3 

Foster home shortage worries officials 11-11 
CHOWAN COLLEGE 

9 students suspended 29-3 

Students protest 31-18 
CIGARETTES 
see 
TOBACCO 
CITIES AND TOWNS 
see 
URBAN AREAS 
CITY EMPLOYEES 
see 
LABOR , LABOR UNIONS , names of individual city 
CITY PLANNING AND REGIONAL PLANNING 

Commission projects near reality for east Je 22-3 

Fund restoration asked for coastal plains group Jl 24-3 

Lexington may change trailer law Ag 21-3 

Morrisey urges quick local action for control of multi-county areas 
Je 4-6 

Scott asks more voice for states in regional unit My 29-3 

State announces proposal for planning regions J 29-29 

State shifts to regional planning My 8-1 

Wake steps toward comprehensive planning 22-48 

Wendell begins plan for redevelopment Ap 7-22 
CIVIL RIGHTS 

CLU joins student in rights case Mr 11-3 
COASTAL PLAINS REGIONAL COMM 

Body adopts highway plan Ag 27-1 



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COASTAL PLAINS REGIONAL COMMISSION (Cont . ) 

Change proposed in coastal group; unit may expand N 26-30 

Coastal Plains aid sought Ap 11-5 

Governors on regional commission outflank Steele D 13-5 

Group creates new post D 1-3 

New future studied for regional agency Ap 5-5 

Wilmington gets research site F 10-1 
COASTAL PLAINS REGIONAL COMMISSION 
see also 
CITY PLANNING AND REGIONAL PLANNING 
COLLEGES 
see 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 
COMMERCE 

If trade war develops NC could be hurt Jl 19-8 - 

Import quotas said costly N 12-1 

Texas Gulf points up impact of foreign trade Je 28-IV,8 
COMMUNITY COLLEGES 

Council advises doubling community college fund Mr 20-48 

Manpower pilot project praised by Gov. Scott F 13-3 

State names director Ag 27-7 
CONFLICT OF INTEREST 

Barker widens attack on Bailey Ap 29-5 

EDA official won't affirm resignation rumor Mr 3-10 

ECU clears top official of institute Mr 7-8 

Economic post goes to man accused of interest conflict Je 12-6 

Faircloth claims 'nothing unusual' Ap 23-32 

Holding's bank role under fire My 22-46 

Justice checking Edwards' activity Mr 4-1 

No action taken on land charges (Emerald Isle) Ag 29-6 

Official Carteret land purchase linked to fund request Mr 1-3 
CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
see also 
STATE EMPLOYEES 
CONGRESSMEN 

Busy with desegregation plans Mr 22-6 

Galif ianakis , Preyer bill draws nationwide interest F 27-28 

Jordan breaks with colleagues Je 12-1 

NC Congressmen react to Nixon talk J 23-3 

Preyer gets highest score ADA has given NC colon J U-8 

Tar Heel house members plow independent voting rows J 4-7 

Tar Heel roll call J 4-IV,5, F 1-3, F 8-3, F 22-3, Mr 1-3, 

Mr 8-11,12, Mr 15-14, Mr 22-6, Ap 5-11, Ap 19-11,12, My 17-3, 
My 24-11,14, Je 8-5, Je 29-6, Jl 12-7, N 22-6, D 14-6, D 21-5 
D 25-4, J 29-1 

2 NC senators will fight veto (educational spending bill) J 22-6 
CONSERVATION 

Coast a critical problem N 16-IV,1 

Disaster collision course D 13-IV,3 

Ft. Fisher shore guarded Mr 16-3 

Linville battle pits wilderness against roads Je 27-IV,3 

Scenic rivers plan endorsed D 22-28 



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CONSERVATION (Cont.) 
see also 
AIRPORTS 
BEACHES 
CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT 

Cease-fire ordered in ad feud at C&D 10-5 

Hens ley: C&D not mixing in drink issue F 13-11 

Hodges backs division of C&D N 19-5 

Sowers ^till fights for single C&D unit S 24-48 

Split gets tentative approval N 11-6 

Split opposed by Sowers S 4-3 
CONSTITUTION 

Amendment aims at local finance 19-1 

Attorneys named to push amendments S 28-3 

Escheats change iri Nov. 3 vote 23-6 

Equal rights bill okays 'lewdness'? 10-5 

For: reorganization vital; against: threat to higher education 
N 1-IV,3 

NC told revamp can save money 21-1 

Reorganization measure on ballot 18-1 

Rewrite proposed 21-5 

Special session change proposed 20-3 

Study set to revise organization of state govt. Mr 5-1 

Suit challenges NC amendments N 26-6 

Tax file changes included in vote 22-5 

Vote plan on judges challenged F 4-1 

Who would succeed both Scott and Taylor? J 30-5 
CONSTITUTION 
see also 
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 
STATE GOVERNMENT 
CONSUMER PROTECTION 

Attorney general probes Who's who for athletes F 8-6 

Benoy given charge of rate cases Jl 8-22 

Benoy sees state win in drug suit Je26-5 

'Consumer credit code' favors lenders instead My 3-IV,5 

Consumer interests really represented? Mr 4-26 

Consumer protection body's aim Je 20-18 

Credit code is attacked My 6-7 

Credit users get new protection D 13-111,25 

Eure warns against gas speculation J 8-3 

Impact of Morgan move weighed J 20-1 

Local consumers may get credit counseling service Ap 16-18 

Morgan links frauds with more regulation N 20-5 

Morgan pleased with consumer unit Ap 10-42 

Morgan warns car dealers not to alter meter miles D 8-5 

Motels can't be judged by cars in parking lot N 3-1 

New legislative battle ahead on consumer credit interest My 10-3 

NC, other states sue drug firms Mr 8-6 

NC 'probably will' join auto anti-trust action 9-8 

NC schools, cities get anti-trust library funds N 26-64 

Ovenware sales draw warning D 24-3 

Railroad rate proceeding challenged in state move J 21-1 

SC printer will cease NC sales F 10-5 

State agencies clash in court Mr 4-26 



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CONSUMER PROTECTION (Cont.) 

Utilities commission supports Morgan Jl 18-1 
CONSUMER PROTECTION 
see also 
ATTORNEY GENERAL 
MORGAN , ROBERT 
CORRECTION COMMISSION 

Academy plans hit snag Je 27-22 
CORRECTION DEPARTMENT 

Correction shakeup assailed Ag 22-3 
CORRECTION DEPARTMENT 
see also 
PRISONS AND PRISONERS 
COROLLA 

Where no road goes 25-111,1 
COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 

Plans prison reform drive J 19-26 

Plans state meet Ap 25-23 

Unions, abortions endorsed Ap 29-3 
COUNTIES 

Major need said money Ag 2-6 

Northeast counties will mark birthdays S 14-3 

Small counties reap tax harvest Ag 15-1 

Time for surgery on the counties Ap 26-IV,2 
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
see 
ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
COUNTY GOVERNMENT 

Coroners slowly disappear on NC scene N 2-3 
COURTS 

Appoint judges, panel says N 7-1 

Aydlett gets short-term judgeship Mr 6-5 

Candidates for NC judicial district positions are listed F 22-8 

Changing of plea upheld by high court N 24-1 

Closed hearing ordered by judge (Charlotte) Jl 16-3 

Compromise on choosing judges (ed.) N 10-4 

Court backs bargained conviction D 17-7 

Court told district judge got loan from bootlegger D 19-1 

Courtroom drama gets toned down Je 3-1 

'Family life' causes Neaves to step down F 14-3 

Final NC counties to get district courts D 6-10 

Frank Dupree Nixon choice for judgeship D 1-1 

How court reform pays (ed.) N 16-4 

How does the state 'fire' a judge? Je 21-IV,2 

Judge Morgan's error (ed.) Jl 7-4 

'Merit' proposal extended to special court judges D 19-6 

Merit system for choosing NC judges studies Je 22-5 

NC courts plagued by personnel shortages F 15-4 

Panel named to hear judge selection suit F 19-3 

Press unit hits closing of hearings Jl 26-3 

Third .federal judge almost certainity Mr 18-5 

Too many closed doors (ed.) Ag 8-4 

Voters key to solicitor's powers F 18-5 

Wake cuts not a phase-out Mr 18-5 

Walker named to Wilmington court by Scott F 21-3 



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COURTS (Cont.) 

Will Susie Sharp get court post? No one knows J 18-11 
COURTS 

see also 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS 
CREDIT 

Counseling plan offered Ag 26-5 

Few groups appreciate credit code N 16-5 

Group revising NC credit laws J 28-5 

Meeting here to review uniform credit code Ap 19-IV 3 8 

Study group cool on credit code 17-5 

Study group discusses model uniform credit law Mr 20-48 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS 

Charlotte, Wilmington top NC list Ag 13-3 

Code panel appointed by Morgan N 16-5 

FBI: crime up in NC cities D 20-9 

Law committee OKs crime study My 30-3 

NC criminal justice action urged Je 14-6 

Rewards offered in NC crimes Ag 17-30 

Scott sees decrease in crime rate Mr 18-5 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS 
see also 
COURTS 

JUVENILE CORRECTION 
CURRITUCK 

Launches 4th century S 20-1 
DAY CARE CENTERS 

Center to open in Zebulon Mr 1-6 

Day care licensing gets priority for '71 N 24-5 

Group care not harmful to infants, study shows Ap 30-22 

Licensing asked for centers S 30-3 
DEATHS 
see 
BIOGRAPHY 
DEBS 

175 debs make social bow here S 12-1 

Terps announce 1970 deb list Jl 12-111,1 
DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

Battle over appointment Je 29-5 

Blocked from assembly, Boger takes party post Jl 12-4 

Democrats endorse presidential primary Ag 23-1 

Hunt: problems threaten Democrats' chances in '72 J 10-8 

Jones endorsed in first; Praise for Scott causes 4th battle Je 28-10 

More reforms expected D 2-3 

Mrs. Scott uses Veep' s verbiage 4-1 

NC Democrats back 'end of war' move Jl 15-1 

NC Democrats request equality for delegations F 21-7 

NC Democrats seek party voice F 26-35 

NC presidential primary may be proposed by panel Ag 22-3 

Political fund drive at hospital charged S 12-5 

Reform package to shift power in Democratic committee J 18-6 

Rule-or-ruin Democrats (ed„) F 27-4 

Scott hails proposals for party J 11-1 

Simmons lashes 'fair weather' Democrats J 14-6 



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DEMOCRATIC PARTY (Cont . ) 

Simmons pledges to involve young J 10-1 
Speedy OK expected on party plans J 12-1 
Young, Blacks dominate Wake meet Je 21-4 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY 
see also 
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 

DEMONSTRATIONS " 

Abernathy leads walk of protest (Hill case) J 9-1 

Action council plans Apex stores boycott J 24-22 

Antiwar DC visit planned Jl 27-3 

Appeal of blacks rejected in Hyde F 26-30 

Blacks aim boycott at Apex firms J 16-40 

Blacks march in Henderson N 3-3 

Blacks march in Winterville Ag 28-8 

Blacks march on town hall in Winterville Ag 25-20 

Blacks protest in Vance 29-3 

Blacks say boycotts will go on N 23-28 

Blacks to seek permit (Warrenton) N 21-3 

Blood splashing leads to arrest Mr 21-24 

Father of "sit in' afraid at first F 2-5 

Just 2 NCSU students show up for Lizard Lick My 29-44 

Marie Hill committee seeks Scott J 4-8 

Policemen's wives walk to protest 20-5 

Protest caravan held in Elm City by whites D 20-4 

Protesters (blood splashing) are cleared My 6-30 

Protestors spill 'blood' here Mr 20-7 

Scott: Marie Hill pleas premature J 7-26 

Students eat and protest Agnew rally 27-24 

DEMONSTRATIONS 
see also 
RIOTS 
VIOLENCE 

DENTISTS 

NC dentists fight decay with flouride Ag 20-6 

DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL 

Drama, Indian village open at Cherokee in June Je 4-39 
Portrait of a state, Manteo-Murphy S 27-IV,l 
The house that Doc built Ag 16-V, 1 
Land of Oz (Banner Elk) Je 28-V,l 

DESEGREGATION 

Blacks seek admission to golf club (GreeSnsboro) J 8-26 
City (Raleigh) urged to improve recruitment Mr 7-22 
Court rules desegregation for Durham golf course 6-5 
Judge gives options on segregated park Mr 13-36 
Swimming pool rejects blacks Jl 19-4 

DESEGREGATION 
see also 
SCHOOLS - - DESEGREGATION 

DISCRIMINATION 

Cannon mills denies job discrimination Je 3-3 

US suit is brought on Washington, NC diner J 17-3 

University (UNC) accused of sex bias Mr 24-3 

DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING 

Sites selected to step up integration J 27-1 



21 



DOCTORS 

Doctor shortage at Fuquay D 4-33 

Hatteras again seeks doctor after physician flunks exam 30-1 

160 get licenses in medical exam Ag 30-12 

Physician standards not too strict, state board says 31-3 

Physicians licensed by state F 1-10 

Rural clinics idea flounders; doctors won't volunteer time F 27-44 
DOCTORS 

see also 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
DOCTORS* ASSISTANTS 
see 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
DRUGS 

Abuse talks unite generations Ap 16-1 

Agents arrest two for drug shipment (Greenville) Mr 11-8 

Bragg GI charged on narcotics J 27-13 

Cases slated in Cumberland N 3-3 

Chancellor's son is sentenced Ap 30-3 

Chapel Hill chief cites drug problems Ap 10-42 

Commission begins survey of illegal drug use in NC J 22-9 

Convictions mount in narcotics trials N 5-3 

Council says job open to Aldridge J 16-40 

Drug cases increase at hospitals D 25-25 

Drug-drop ban sought by Morgan Ag 22-1 

Dunn vows SBI crackdown on illegal sales in NC J 3-3 

ECU student charged with mailing LSD My 23-10 

ECU student faces hearing Mr 5-34 

Ex-drug agents charged in probe J 1-1 

Firms asked not to leave drugs in open Je 5-1 

5 indicted on Orange on drugs F 25-3 

Former users plan help for users in Raleigh Mr 6-42 

Four charged in Morehead City S 9-22 

GI's remain in jail following raid My 22-24 

Governors' subcommittee asks federal regulation of legal drugs J 21-3 

Happenings face trial here J 29-50 

High Point GI: many soldiers use marijuana D 10-18 

Louisburg college students arrested Ap 8-3 

Love Valley marshal convicted S 18-34 

Man faces 8 felony charges (to '-support heroin habit) Ap 2-44 

Man found guilty in Fayetteville N 4-3 

Marijuana field found in Halifax Jl 30-6 

Marijuana said least of problem (McBay: alcohol) Jl 14-3 

Marijuana studied as drug to ease pain Jl 5-11,10 

Mayor's committee refuses to support drug clininc Mr 28-22 

Miracle said needed to stop drug abuse 16-33 

NC probe brings 14 arrests F 17-1 

Narcotics war staged at Wrightsville My 7-29 

New drug abuse program begun Ap 5-10 

Patrol says more drivers using non-narcotic drugs Mr 15-5 

'Pot' habit accepted on college campus Mr I-IV,1 

Pot smokers facing IRS tax 15-3 

Production on rise in NC F 9-28 

Raid results in two arrests (Morehead city) My 9-3 



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DRUGS (Cont.) 

Raleigh schools' program on drug abuse explained Je 8-24 

Related Hepatitis shows dramatic increase 14-5 

Rep. Johnson's plan hits drug distributor 20-22 

SBI director speaks at ECU meeting Mr 6-3 

SBI seizes Marijuana, arrests one (Pantego) Jl 16-3 

Scott says battle pharmacists' responsibility Ap 15-3 

Sentence given teacher (Wilmington) N 7-17 

7 arrested in Chapel Hill on narcotic law violations Mr 17-5 

Six charged in Pitt raid Je 27-3 

Soldier dies of overdose of narcotic My 30-3 

Special news report, 4 page section Jl 26 

Speed kills--or worse; you can buy any kind Je 28-IV,l 

State to launch search to answer drug problems Mr 10-22 

Stddent arrested in Marijuana case F 19-3 

Ten arrested in raids (Goldsboro) 12-5 

26 persons charged on violations Mr 21-6 

22 charged in county drug raids S 3-1 

Two arrested on drug charge S 9-3 

Two men arrested in raid (Winston Salem) F 11-6 

Use increase seen here Ap 15-24 

Using marijuana as a medicine Mr 15-IV,1 

Young man dies at rock festival Jl 19-1 

Youth feels abuse should stop (Clontz) Ap 11-3 
DUKE UNIV 

Alumni president named Ag 22-16 

Arts festival successful F 9-9 

Chancellor backs students' rights My 27-3 

Committee to study revisions for Duke Mr 7-8 

Delays ruling on ROTC standing Ap 24-6 

Divinity school expansion to begin Mr 21-6 

Drug policy explained by Sanford S 6-3 

Duke has its own in sound F 15-V,2 

Duke to investigate sit-in, may discipline participants J 23-3 

18 are arrested for sit-in J 22-3 

Grad nurse program to go D 19-6 

Inauguration ceremony set for Sanford Ag 16-5 

Names provost (Blackburn) and chancellor Ap 7-5 

Plans expanded Afro studies My 30-3 

Sanford explains campaign policy My 31-3 

Sanford formally installed as Duke's sixth president 19-1 

Student politicking a tax problem? Jl 19-IV,3 

Students protest by blocking intersections My 7-56 

Study ship to cruise in Caribbean D 26-6 

Suspends 4 students F 6-1 

'Teach in' scheduled at Duke Ap 16-3 

Trustee reconsiders protest resignation My 29-3 

Trustee's actions heightens yearbook controversy Je 2-3 



DUNN 



ECU 



Meters are ruled illegal J 1-3 

Accreditation panel studies ECU's plans (med.) D 20-4 

Appointments (White, Vainright) Jl 5-11,12 

Climate in groves of academe conducive to liberalism (East ) N 22-IV,5 

Columnist Shires to take news post Mr 29-11,10 



23 



ECU (Cont.) 

Curriculum for police OK's J 17-24 

Center for solar eclipse J 15-37 

Director and cast give 'Dolly' life Jl 10-7 

ECU clears top official of institute Mr 7-8 

Editorial draws Jenkins' fire S 17-3 

Former student files suit Jl 29-3 

Glassblower weds science, art Ag 31-22 

Has accord with med schools S 12-3 

High school night games banned at ECU stadium 13-3 

Holds services for Marshall team N 16-1 

Increase negroes, ECU told F 10-1 

Initial donation for planned planetarium Mr 8-5 

Med school doubt (ed.) D 30-4 

Medical school progress cited D 20-5 

Med transfers said OK elsewhere D 31-23 

Names foundation director J 23-8 

Never forget-- 'Geroge MS' has an exclamation point Jl 29-8 

New student center planned Je 28-17 

Official asks eastern health unit Ap 11-3 

Paper resumes publication N 16-3 

Plans new center for Dare Ap 3-6 

Professor (Baker) cited at meet N 29-12 

Racial gap widening, says Bond S 25-5 

Regional development fund scrutiny continues Ap 7-3 

SBI investigating three fires Ap 28-3 

Seeks funds for med school S 15-1 

75 killed as team plane crashes N15-1 

'71 medical class seen for ECU My 31-3 

Shaky medical school (ed.) S 16-4 

Shires appointed news director Ag 4-5 

Sonny Randle is new coach D 16-19 

Student (Crutchf ield) charged in assault Mr 22-11,11 

Student feud develops at ECU N 12-8 

Study sees med school at ECU N 3-3 

Thousands watch total sun eclipse Mr 8-1 

Training more doctors (ed„) S 20-IV,4 

2,010 given degrees Je 2-6 

Visitors to flood NC for eclipse Mr I-V,l 
ECU 

see also 
JENKINS , LEO 
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS 

Tar Heel economy down Mr 1-IV,8 
EDUCATION 

Economics teachers said inept Ap 2-44 

Apex schools to get grant for vocational program Je 16-24 

Audit poses questions on school fund usage D 29-5 

Council set up to aid school changes Jl 3-1 

Drugs used to aid NC slow learners D 15-1 

Group plans plea to hike teacher pay Mr 14-3 

Improved state economics instruction sought D 4-5 

Individual attention a goal of new teaching system Jl 12-4 

Lwk Muthr, Ie can reed (Initial Teaching Alphabet) F 15-3 

Math plan gets NC school test S 8-26 



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EDUCATION (Cont.) 

NC first in helping retarded My 9-5 

Phillips says NC schools facing crisis S 24-1 

Preliminary steps taken to establish veterinary school Je 10-3 

Regional centers stir competition for vocational rehabilitation sites 
N 20-6 

Scott cites NC moves in education F 8-4 

Several features on colleges, universities & tech. schools S 16 

State considers broad base occupational education plan Ag 26-32 

State revising social studies curriculum Je 21-11,26 

Tar Heel advances Mr 1-10 

Uniform degree policy sought for associate degrees S 19-3 

Vocational education stressed Mr 4-6 

Vocational emphasis called for F 18-24 
EDUCATION , HIGHER 

Education plan separate, Scott D 23-3 

Gov's study committee told to resolve education issue My 30-1 

Grades, income linked Jl 30-3 

Scott asks guidelines Je 4-50 

Scott on higher education (ed.) N 8-IV,4 

Study set to revise structure Mr 5-1 
EDUCATION, HIGHER 
see also 

universities, and colleges 

elections" 

Ashe, Alamance voting challenged by Republicans N 6-20 
Board OKs Scott election, probe set in Columbus D 22-1 
Board to rule on race in Alamance D 21-6 
Bullock raps inadequacy, voting revisions urged Mr 7-5 
Candidate (Leggett) challenged in 1st district race S 27-1 
Confusion grown over school vote in NC counties Ap 19-9 
FBI help asked in voting dispute D 11-6 
Fraud question in Columbus (ed.) D 17-4 
Goldsboro ballots seized by police Ag 26-1 
Guards watch over Swain ballot boxes My 4-7 
Harrelson petitions for victory D 12-3 
Irregularities charged N 4-7 
Judge impounds boxes in Swain My 3-3 
Lost election but not office D 24-1 
Probe to decide ballots' legality Ag 28-3 
Proposal seeks uniform municipal elections N 28-3 
Recount appeal may go to court D 8-3 

Tie vote possible in contested race (Williamson, Harrelson) D 2-1 
US attorney to get Columbus probe report D 15-5 
Vote board opens hornet's nest N 29-IV,2 
Voters have few choices in May 2 balloting Ap 13-3 
ELECTIONS BOARD 

Action revives GOP's bid to oust Scott N 25-1 

Board lacks experience (ed.) N 30-4 

Board opposes proposal to place authority in office of sec. of state 

Jl 2-5 
Democrats to challenge board Mr 5-3 
Gets two versions of Columbus County vote D 5-1 
Handling and mishandling elections Ap 12-IV,3 
Judges to study NC vote action S 5-3 
New Craven county vote ordered by elections board N 22-1 



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ELECTIONS BOARD (Cont . ) 

Refuses Pitt, Pasquotank nominees F 26-44 

Sen. Scott seeks hearing on voting N 26-1 

State board hears charges N 21-1 

State board was inept (ed.) N 26-4 
ELECTRIC POWER 

Cutbacks dim lights, TV S 24-1 

Duke power cites near breakdown 21-5 

Duke power interim hike OK'd My 27-30 

Duke power will seek rate hike Ap 13-3 

Emergency rate increase of 47 Q sought My 30-5 

Freak power loss hits Pitt county N 21-1 

Gloomy future seen by Duke power if rate increase denied My 20-5 

Mayor (Bagnal) elected president of EPIC Mr 21-3 

Morgan seeks to reopen power rate hike hearings D 16-3 

NC short on supply of power Je 4-1 

Nuclear power answer to needs? D 7-30 

Opponents attack Duke power plea F 20-43 

Panel extends power hearings Jl 28-22 

Pitt power blackout probed N 22-4 

Power bill 'discount' scrutinized D 18-24 

Power firms to incorporate EPIC Mr 17-3 

Rate hike asked by CP&L Ap 23-1 

Rehearing denied to power company Jl 25-5 

Scott tells co-ops 'accept challenge' Mr 3-3 

Shortage, who's to blame? Jl 26-IV,l 

Supply situation becoming more critical Jl 17-20 

10 per cent CP&L hike said tops N 14-5 
ELECTRIC POWER 
see also 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 

1ARHEEL ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP ASSOCIATION 
ELON COLLEGE 

American Civil Liberties Union representing students Mr 12-10 

Students reinstated Mr 11-3 
EMBEZZLEMENT AND MISAPPROPRIATION 

Court clears Raleigh attorney (Chalmers) S 4-38 

Franklinton mayor quits after trial 11-3 

Grand jury indicts 3 in Duplin N 5-5 

Mayor sentenced in fraud case 10-3 
EMBEZZLEMENT AND MISAPPROPRIATION 
see also 
FRAUDS AND SWINDLING 
EMPLOYMENT 

Campus job offerings get slimmer D 23-1 

Job opportunities for grads fewer this year Mr 22-10 

NC agency again flooded with summer job seekers My 3-11 

NC jobless rate up over '69, area above state figure D 17-58 

100,000 need help for jobs Ap 26 -IV, 8 

Payments to jobless in NC double in year 17-5 

Up in North Carolina J 23-41 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Bishop says church split stays open J 31-1 

Expected to clash over budget, grant to black school J 26-26 



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ERVIN, SAM 

Answers NAACP challenge J 13-13 

Army scrutiny of civilians challenged by Ervin F 5-35 

Asks army for explanation Jl 30-38 

Asks revisions in rights bill Ag 18-2 

Attacks army on policy 6-5 

Criticizes action by army Mr 3-10 

Criticizes disruption Je 13 

Ervin' s source switches S 13-5 

Ervin' s thunder N 29-IV,l 

Expert at guarding liberty My 31-IVj5 

Filibusters for a day (busing) F 11-1 

Frowns on snooping J 12-12 

Fusilade blasts GOP tactics 27-1 

Govt, compiling dossiers on noncriminals Je 28-14 

Hits court picks as payoffs 28-3 

Persistence is the name of Ervin' s game (dome) Ag 31-1 

Preventive detention criticized My 18-17 

Raps no-knock drug raid J 25-2 

Represents teachers in Charlotte school case S 22-1 

Sam Ervin 's thunder N 29-IV 5 l 

Threat to privacy (ed.) S 7-4 

US bars wide probe in libraries Jl 30-12 

Wars on reading habit probe Jl 11-5 

Women decry Ervin plan Ag 22-1 

Words on rights likely to be heeded S 2-20 
ERVIN , SAM 
see also 
PRIVAC Y , INVASION OF 
FAIRS 

Craftsman's fair at Elizabeth City S 24-11 

Craftsmen will open fair Ap 17-3 

Eure cuts red ribbon, fair opens 17-1 

1969 state fair profits second-largest ever F 11-26 
FAYETTEVILLE 

Policemen join union Jl 25-22 
FAYETTEVILLE STATE U 

To assume Ft. Bragg extension service Ap 18-5 
FERRIES ,3 

North Carolina's navy D/*IV,1 
FIREARMS 

One Wake pistol permit leads to slaying J 19-26 

Second gun trial for Lee to begin 28-3 

State high court says Lee must stand trial 15-3 

State rests case in Dobbins trial J 30-22 

Two are indicted J 28-1 
FIREMEN 

Fire officials in Harnett rally behing Chief Grimes D 29-3 
FIREMEN 

see also 
FIRES 
FIRES 

Apex chemical co. building destroyed Ap 7-22 

Boats destroyed in New Bern fire Mr 22-6 

Children die in Camden fire D 29-7 

Dark smoke hangs over Fayetteville D 6-4 



27 



FIRES (Cont.) 

Dry winds whip fires across state D 5-3 

Fire destroys gin in Rocky Mount F 18-3 

Fire destroys Raleigh hotel Je 25-1 

Fire kills 15 horses (Bethel) arson suspected J 17-1 

Fire said begun by smoke flare (New Bern) My 21-3 

Fires hit lumber firm, Inn D 8-1 

Four children die in trailer fire (Greensboro) Ap 22-3 

Greenville fire cost estimated at $300,000 J 17-3 

Heilig-Meyers burns in Greenville J 16-30 

Lightning suspected fire cause (Snow Hill) Jl 27-18 

Morehead fire cost: $500,000 Jl 6-1 

Nine firemen injured in Kinston blaze J 8-3 

Officials probe Greenville (Epps) fire J 30-12 

School, apartment house hit by fires in New Bern J 25-3 

Three boys die in fire (Cherryville) J 30-12 

Two fires probed at Greenville Je 19-1 

Two fires probed in Statesville 4-3 
FIRES 

see also 
ARSON 
FISH 

Catfish industry expected to grow Mr 23-18 

Crab explosion, shrimp shortage puzzling; meat supply not increased by 
crabs 1 overabundance Jl 6-5 

Eels may become profitable NC industry Ap 10-3 

State begins fish census in estuaries Jl 18-3 

State to bill Winston-Salem for Yadkin fish kill damage Ag 6-3 

$308,000 grant to aid research in farming, processing Ag 23-IV,10 

Walking papers go to walking catfish J 1-44 

Yadkin fish kill still a mystery Je 17-3 
FISH 

see also 
POLLUTION 
WATER POLLUTION 
FISHERIES ASSOCIATION 

Roger Jones elected head J 22-3 
FLAT ROCK PLAYHOUSE 

Way-of f-Braodway , high hope Ag 30-V,l 
FLETCHER 

Citizens are keeping town out of business J 18-5 
FOOD STAMPS 
see 
ANTI- POVERTY PROGRAMS 
FOUNDATIONS 

Arthritis foundation to apply for re-licensing D 31-3 
FRAUDS AND SWINDLING 

Bogus bills printed at orphanage (New Bern) Ap 14-1 

Case lost by Koscot in Virginia Je 16-3 

Four charged in gas fraud Jl 2-5 

Grandmother convicted in witchcraft case My 22-34 

HEW eyeing fraud cases under medicare in NC F 14-22 

Land deal gets lawyer disbarred Ap 18-6 

Man (Johnson) surrenders in fraud case 13-3 

Probe will continue in Smokies land case J 11-7 



28 



FRAUDS AND SWINDLING (Cont.) 

Smithf ield man faces 24 counts of false pretense F 13-52 

3 face trial in fraud case (Kenansville) N 24-3 

Two sought in hoax at Charlotte My 14-10 

Wildlife panel asks probe on 'salesman' Ag 25-5 

Williams denies charges F 14-22 

Witness said hostile in NC land case J 8-3 
FRAUDS AND SWINDLING 
see also 
BRIBERY 

EMBEZZLEMENT AND MISAPPROPRIATION 
FROG JUMPING CONTEST 

Call it big day for a fat frog My 1-1 

Theta Chi ' s frogs again leap into governor's cup My 3-9 
FUNERALS 

Burial of carnival worker not a dead issue Mr 19-54 

High cost of dying is tragic dilemma N 29-1 
GAMBLING 

117 are arrested in raid (Brevard) Jl 15-8 
GARNER 

Official confident in his stormy job Ap 27-5 
GHOSTS 

Gov. Scott hears strange knock S 25-31 

Mysterious encounters with the spirit world J 11-IV,1 
GOOD NEIGHBOR COUNCIL 

Ex-Congies^nan Brooks Hays to head council J 17-1 

Hays keys state's future to non-white manpower Je 23-5 

Members seek civil rights law S 11-40 

Racial council changed Je 12-3 
GOV MORE HEAD SCHOOL 

Blind school consolidation criticized Ag 8-22 

Garner road recommended for blind school revamping D 10-17 

Morehead school to get allotment D 30-5 
GOVERNORS 

Governors gather in NC for business, talk, golf N 28-3 

NC governors reminisce on TV J 16-5 

Scott says meet quite productive S 24-48 
GOVERNOR'S COMMITTEE ON LAW AND ORDER 

$4.5 million given to law and order groups J 31-3 

Panel split on MACE debate F 28-5 
GOVERNOR ' S COMMITTEE ON LAW AND ORDER 
see also 
LAW ENFORCEMENT 
GREENSBORO 

Kids win tree house dispute Ap 23-34 

NC Labor Alliance withdraws Jl 2-5 

70 sanitation workers fired Je 23-3 

Workers to obey order Ap 21-3 
GREENVILLE 

Annual fete will mark belt opening Ag 17-3 

Blacks escorted from Rose 29-3 

Citizens warn on tension at high school F 8-4 

City council contests mayor's remarks Mr 7-3 

Complaint dismissed (schools) Ag 21-3 

Fire truck has 85-foot high Snorkel D 9-3 



29 



GREENVILLE (Cont.) 

Firemen criticize city action Jl 11-3 
Firemen on union push Ag 22-3 
'Forum' funny, ribald, stunning Ag 6-16 
Funds for rehabilitation project approved Jl 31-17 
Game injury fatal to New Hanover boy 17-8 
Greenville gets SBI report on shooting Ag 21-3 
Mayor asks business plan halt Je 30-3 
Mayor loses renewal bid Jl 1-3 

Meeting draws 'no comment' in Greenville Ag 25-3 
Morgan says court ruling doesn't affect ordinance S 22-5 
No clashes reported in Greemiille school S 11-33 
Officials meet black leaders in Greenville Jl 14-7 
Ordinance ruling requested S 18-7 

Parade, picket ordinance at Greenville ruled invalid S 17-1 
Picketing blocked by judge Mr 22-11,11 
Police, council meet on Greenville action Jl 12-3 
Police officer shot Jl 7-3 
Policeman reinstated Ag 20-1 
Policeman reinstated Ag 25-20 

Racial tension increases at Greenvilie high S 10-3 
Rose high student convicted of assault F 11-3 
School plea dismissed S 15-19 
Shooting brings midnight meeting Jl 10-3 
Three fires investigated in Greenville Je 20-3 
33 students arrested (Rose High) 30-3 
Trial set in assault of officer Jl 25-3 
White student joins school court action Ag 22-7 

GREENVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

Board praises panel; waits on Rose action J 22-3 

Committee airs Rose problems J 24-3 

Fighting continues at Rose J 17-3 

423 students absent from Rose J 16-6 

Group files suit against Greenville schools Mr 4-3 

Group gives school report F 1-14 

Group seeks conclusion to racial strife J 20-3 

More fighting in hallways at Greenville high J 15-3 

Panel urges reinstatement of ousted Rose students J 21-3 

Racial tension grips school at Greenville J 13-3 

Robert Alligood named principal at Rose Ap 2-3 

Rose officials ddopt get tough attitude J 14-6 

Rose students put blame on officials J 23-3 

7 students charged J 18-3 

Split history blamed for Rose riots Mr 11-3 

GUILFORD COLLEGE " 

Calm in talks Mr 18-3 

GUNS 
see 
FIREARMS 

HEAD START 
see 
ANTI - POVERTY PROGRAMS 

HEALTH 
see 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 



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HIGHWAY COMMISSION 

Gibbs quits post F 14-5 

Road commission auditing assailed Jl 4-22 

Staff counters charges S 11-40 

State enforces trailer width Je 9-8 

State senator assails roads policy Je 22-28 
HIGHWAY PATROL 

New troop formed Jl 14-5 

Scott watches riot fighting moves Mr 12-8 
HIGHWAY PATROL 
see also 
HIGHWAY SAFETY 
HIGHWAY SAFETY 

Bar, medical groups back driver study center My 17-3 

Court ends drink drive in Johnston 24-1 

Don't blame speed trap for tickets Mr 26-3 

Driver acquitted, no testimony from arresting officer Ag 27-48 

Drunk-driving convictions soar in Johnston D 18-24 

Drunken driving cases get top priority in Johnston 20-1 

Experimental road sign warns speeding drivers My 17-8 

Johnston conviction rate: solicitors said at fault F 17-3 

Johnston courts easy on drunks F 15-1 

NC highway toll hits 12-year low J 2-3 

NC Patrol concentrates on drunks J 19-1 

Patrol cracks down on drunken drivers Je 20-3 

Patrols on roads increased 24-1 

Seven more plead guilty in Johnston driving cases 21-1 

Solicitor faces driving charge S 11-3 

Special report on drunken driving F 15-4 

Speed no longer heads program J 6-6 

State urged to support driver research center S 10-6 

12 arrested for Yadkin road race S 28-3 

Wake has three of state's worst rural intersections J 30-5 

Worst intersections list shows 22 in Raleigh N 26-64 
HIGHWAYS 

Beltline status explained Ap 4-22 

Benson protests beltline extension stall Ap 3-1 

False gulls failed; can false roads fool gulls? F 2-1 

Jack Hawke states side in dispute Ap 2-6 

Official road that isn't there Ag 6-3 

Scott won't put brakes on NC road construction Mr 1-3 

Top road plans listed by state Ag 9-17 
HIPPIES 

Beards, bikinis crowd Love Valley Jl 18-3 

Day the hippies invaded Northampton Ap 5-IV,3 

Father pays reward, takes daughter home Ag 8-16 

'Hippie Haven' sentence overruled in appeals court J 1-3 

Show crowds freak out in force J 19-16 
HISTORIC BUILDINGS 

Chapel in Halifax honored by Methodists 12-3 

Chowan's 1788 jail still in use S 6-IV,l 

Eight NC buildings nominated Jl 12-6 

Sites nominated S 28-3 

Six Raleigh buildings nominated for list Ag 3-3 

3 historic buildings in NC cited Je 11-10 
HISTORIC HOUSES 

Ball proceeds to benefit Hope J 23-18 



31 



HISTORIC HOUSES (Cont.) 

The Barracks, Tarboro 11-V,1 

Fire takes historic home (Page House) S 23-26 

Lonely mansion to live again (Hope) Je 7-111,1 

Mordecai House . . . shadows from the past F 19-54 

'Save old mansions' plea made to planning group Jl 29-30 

Tomatla's Hayes house is legend Mr 8-4 

Wheeler house donated (Murfreesboro) J 30-34 
HISTORY 

Boone, hero or blunderer? Je 21-V,1 

Cemetery index compiled by history buffs in Hyde Jl 26-6 

Mecklenburg declaration controversy still rages My 17-11,10 

The mysterious Theodosia F 8-IV,l 

Old-new Dare county 4e ! IV,l 

Tar Heel patriots boldly signed Jl 4-1 
HOLLERIN " CONTEST 

Possum cringes as yells abound Je 21-1 

Worldwide hollers to be heard S 29-5 
HOSPITALS 

Bidding begins for beds (Eastern NC Sanitorium) F 28-3 

Building is halted Mr 21^1 

Change in services proposed for hospital emergency rooms N 16-6 

Craven hospital probe concluded Jl 31-17 

Hospital group to seek procedure, insurance charges Ag 28-16 

Hospital sold, to expand D 29-1 

Inadequate emergency room care cited Mr 22-9 

Mace used at Dix as 'last resort' Ap 4-1 

Might have to seek bank loans D 19-6 

New buildings reflect change; Lenoir hospital highly automated Ap 12-4 

Officials review use of mace on patients Ap 8-36 

The onrushing crisis My 10-111,1 

Pitt Hospital bond vote set Jl 8-7 

Rex Hospital and MD sued after Negro man's death Ag 1-22 

Shape up or be unionized, hospital officials warned Ap 24-6 

Three buildings dedicated at Winston-Salem Mr 22-6 

Unions fight over organizing Duke hospital J 29-50 

Veto delays 11 NC hospital projects Je 24-3 
HOSPITALS 
see also 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
HOUSING 

Elderly to get apartment house (Wilmington) Je 24-3 

Few mobile homes meet state's code Jl 26-5 

Housing funds jeopardized by state's interest rate Mr 7-1 

Neighborhood schools and integration N 29-IV,3 

NC now picking up speed in public housing F 2-1 
HUNTING 

Annual fox hunt set for Duplin J 30-13 

Poultry farmer trains falcons Mr 3-3 

Quota (deer) said causing inconvenience 20-3 

Wildlife panel appeals on hunts 16-5 
ILLEGAL POSSESSION 
see 
FIREARMS 



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INCOME 

Income in state shows 8.7% rise Ap 24-1 
INCOME TAX EVASION 

Defendent (Ellis) sentenced in tax case N 25-3 

Greenville man (Moody)_ sentenced Ag 5-24 
INDIANS 

Cherokee chief denies ousting J 2-3 

File suit in school dispute S 11-3 

Indians organize, celebrate 4th Jl 5-1 

Judge denies Robeson school plea 2-3 

Lumbees battle desegregation S 9-18 

Lumbees battle to keep separate schools S 28-7 

Lumbees claim school plan leaves them in 'valley of deceit 1 Ag 26-5 

Lumbee school plea disclosed S 4-3 

Lumbees seeking political power My 25-6 

Raleigh man says Tuscaroras left rocks in his back yard Je 17-28 

School plan opposed by Lumbees Ag 19-3 

Schools demand Indians comply S 25-3 

Schools to bar defiant Lumbees S 10-3 

Told time running out S 5-3 

Win court battle on village Je 25-5 
INDUSTRY 

Burroughs -Wellcome plant dedicated in Greenville 31-3 

First NC brewery opens in twin city ceremony My 9-3 

General Mills will move major division to Raleigh Mr 24-19 

Growth plans show 1970 drop in state D 12-7 

Reynolds industries to reorganize soon Je 19-39 
INSANITY 
see 
MENTAL HEALTH 
INSURANCE 

Agents hit insurance plan D 24-3 

Assigned risk surcharge proposed Mr 19-7 

Assigned-risk total in state is baffling S 6-1 

Auto liability insurance lambasted at hearing F 18-24 

Blue cross-blue shield asks sharp rate increase N 11-3 

Court hears arguments on auto insurance rates Ap 18-5 

Court hears views on insurance data S 10-48 

Garage, insurance spokesmen blame manufacturers for cost Mr 18-26 

Hearing recessed S 18-12 

Judge upholds increase in auto insurance rates Ap 21-1 

Lanier declines comment on insurance proposals My 26-5 

Lanier defends liability system Ag 13-1 

Lanier says 'sandbagging' him won't get rate hike S 16-44 

Liability insurance system to get tune-up D 13-1 

Liability rate hike appealed J 17-1 

Morgan favors open competition Je 11-3 

Morgan favors open rates for NC auto insurance My 14-26 

Morgan turning attention to rates My 18-6 

Nationwide to curtail car policies S 25-1 

Plans investigation of auto liability insurance D 19-1 

Rate change granted for crop insurance Mr 11-28 

Rate hike requested Jl 2-1 

Study group wants complaints (auto liability) F 19-11 

Tighter reins suggested to protect policyholder J 14-28 



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INTEGRATION 
see 
DESEGREGATION 
INTEREST RATES 



8% loan ceiling limits construction of homes Ap 5-1 



Legislators keyed up on interest Ap 4-3 



Morgan 'encouraged' on solution Ap 3-7 

NC banks report prime interest cut S 22- 1 

NC wiggles out of bind from interest rate ceiling Ap 30-1 

No funds found for rate study Ap 16-3 

Rep. Clark denies interest ceiling drying up money Ap 12-6 

State cuts interest on bank funds S 25-5 
JENKINS , LEO 

Clarifies co-op proposition F 12-14 

ECU head proposed 'fair' funds Mr 12-5 

ECU policy on transfer is proposed J 30-22 

ECU urges college cooperation J 24-15 

Governor's race draws Jenkins' eye S 23-23 

Jenkins dinner is sell-out affair J 24-3 

Moves interpreted as gubenatorial abvances Ap 8-1 

Student unrest: university no longer a foster parent F 1-IV,3 
JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIV 

Fordham chancellor-priest takes NC college position My 28-18 
JORDAN, EVERETT 

Sen. Jordan's Cambodia vote reflects concern on war Je 14-5 

Views applauded by peace lobbyist from NC Ag 5-3 
JUVENILE CORRECTION 

Adult age for trial urged hiked F 14-3 

Correction chief answers charges on unit D 8-30 

Jailed boy moved to youth center My 2-5 

NCSU, Polk Center offer course work N 3-5 

Rehabilitated youth major crop on NC training school farms N 30-21 

State forced to jail young with criminals Je 20-5 

Take handcuffs off delinquents (Madison) N 20-16 
KIDNAPPING 

Burlington man reports kidnap J 11 -3 

Durham detectives probing kidnapping J 27-13 

Hijacked captain is Tar Heel native S 9-1 

Man held in Pembroke My 22-3 

Mistrial denied in Jacksonville S 30-3 

Same men possibly kidnapped 2 women Je 24-18 

Two men charged in Fayetteville My 7-7 

Two youths held (Gastonia) Ag 2?-42 
KINDERGARTENS 

Expansion said likely Jl 30-6 

Kindergartens hike mental rate 2-1 

Kindergartens in state avoid ' joylessness ' 4-5 

State urged to provide kindergarten for all Jl 4-1 
KINSTON 

Firemen to picket in Kinston Ag 19-3 
KU KLUX KLAN 

Chieftain to preside in Salisbury J 14-9 

Durham KKK offers reward in bombing Je 24-9 

Head sets 'private party' J 18-3 

Image change urged by Bryant J 20-3 



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KU KLUX KLAN (Cont . ) 

Is US 70 billboard only sign of Smithfield 'Klan country 1 ? Ag 17-3 

Klan programs set for TV J 22-22 

Klansman charges policeman (Durham) Mr 20-3 

Klansman released from jail J 10-3 

Klansman 's story denied by Faircloth Ap 23-32 

Leader files suit on warden J 23-3 

Leaders arrive for convention Je 27-8 

There are many Smithfields, and many souths Ag 30-IV,5 

Three men arrested at rally (Rocky Mount^ Ag 24-3 

United Klans slate meeting Je 25-5 

Wizard tries hard to rebuild organization N 27-10 
KU KLUX KLAN 
see also 
VIOLENCE 
LABOR 

Gore parts company with NC laborer's council My 1-3 

Merchants oppose minimum wage hike Mr 22-10 

NC legal minimum wage too low, Scott declares J 20-22 

Public employees allowed to bargain in many states Ag 3-6 

Scott names labor panel Ag 21-42 

Sowers: wage law too low J 14-1 
LABOR UNIONS 

Council criticizes labor law stand; leader says state can't escape 
D 23-28 

Dock workers okay union F 14-3 

Efforts at textile plant lead to bitter clash in Mebane Ap 26-10 

Face up to Union reality (ed., municipal employees) N 13-4 

High Point official blames law for labor dilemma Ag 28-16 

Hobby urges legalization of city workers' unions J 31-22 

Manning demoted for union role D 12-24 

NC unions feeling vote muscle Ap 5-11 

Officers join police union D 16-3 

Pierce quits union; will stay in labor J 1-9 

Policeman's plight (ed.) D 21-4 

Policemen forming unions in NC cities D 18-3 

Ports body named in lawsuit Je 2-1 

Public employee unions said here to stay 6-3 

Public workers' pact ban backed D 22-1 

Resignation won't affect plans J 3-3 

Several officials oppose liberalized city union law N 12-1 

Union withdraws in Greensboro Jl 2-5 

Unit votes to stydy municipal union bargaining D 3-22 

Union withholds decision (Raleigh) Jl 2-46 
LAW AND ORDER 
see 
LAW ENFORCEMENT 
LAW ENFORCEMENT 

Agency merger is suggested 16-3 

Anti-crime funds go to Patrol 31-1 

Crime network center planned for Kinston Mr 22-9 

Crime proposals unveiled D 19-5 

Deputy trains tracking dogs My 4-30 

Justice academy concept changes to training system Je 2-3 

Lack of police, damages cited in dance ban talks Ag 25-26 



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LAW ENFORCEMENT (Cont.) 

Law-and-order unit's head quits N 21-5 

Law committee OKs crime study My 30-3 

Law enforcement mergers backed Ag 29-6 

Law, order committee assessment given by national urban coalition Ap 9-3 

MACE receives committee OK Mr 14-3 

Manhunt in the swamps Mr 15-IV,1 

Neuse area crime lab pushed Je 13-1 

Panel okays more equipment Mr 28-5 

Regional crime lab questioned by SBI chief Je 6-1 

Training in weapons use OKd Je 27-3 
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS 

All 12 Columbus deputies resign after pay dispute Jl 3-3 

Alamance County deputy shot to death S 2-3 

Bane of law enforcement (ed„ police bruta lity) S 20-IV,4 

Burlington suspends critical policeman D 22-28 

Chief of police quits in Farmville 28-3 

Constables battle to keep jobs alive Mr 29-3 

Court sees restrictions on deputies My 26-3 

Elm City police chief indicted D 1-1 

Ex-Raleigh policeman wins praise in town J 19-3 

Former Wake deputy admits slapping man in interrogation S 17-48 

Policeman jailed in Carthage death S 7-3 

Sheriff elected group head Ag 5-24 

Study of NC lawmen shows education is key to discontent Ap 25-5 

Three men face federal charges (Wake) Ag 27-48 

Three Onslow officers seek suit dismissal Ap 2-3 
LAWS 

Drug law revision favored Jl 21-3 

Flag law arguments scheduled S 20-11,11 

Group may test Oxford ordinance (anti-^icketing) S 18-7 

Group to study criminal laws (Morgan appoints members) 3 6-6 

Legislature, state courts can revive obscenity law D 1-5 

Lien laws called a burden on poor Jl 5-7 

Municipal election law gets temtative approval N 7-3 

Suit attacks two state voting laws D 1.-3 

'Wrongful death' law ruled not retroactive Mr 12-21 
LAWS 

see also 
ABC 
LAWYERS 

Injunction granted on bar exam Je 11-11 

9 of 10 in August pass bar exams Ag 20-10 

Oath taken as bar head N 10-5 

Two public defenders priase plan N 21-5 
LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES 

Cities unit voices legislative goals Jl 13-3 

Epidemic of ordinances follows 'new parades' 30-1 
LEGISLATORS 

15 legislators refuse bonuses My 9-5 

Senator Nielson to cesign Jl 28-3 

Tar Heel lawmakers still salaried below average (dome) Ag 25-1 

Computer service on laws studied J 24-5 

Same issues expected in '71 assembly F 22-3 
LIBEL 

Suit dismissal upheld (Kinloch) Je 10-26 



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LIBRARIES 

Book bandits Ag 9-V,l 

Public libraries report income Mr 12-21 

Robeson library pleasing to eye-~and paid for Jl 12-V,8 
LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 

Bill Hensley misquoted? (dome) F 22-1 

Forces line up for battle D 26-6 

'Kangaroo Court 1 tactics charged arter Bingham whickey case told 
Mr 10-3 

Liquor by drink promoted by Morton My 13-28 

Mixed drink issue stirs battle Mr 4-1 

Ten Wake candidates back local option Ap 6-1 

Vote urged on proposition Jl 14-3 
LIQUOR BY TIE DRINK 
see also 
ABC 

ALCOHOL 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

Local units to gain bulk purchase plan Ap 17-5 

1-man, 1-vote extended to most officials F 26-1 

Units looking for more power J 17-5 
LOCAL GOVT . STUDY COMM . 

Study panel sub-divided Ap 23-33 
LOUISBURG 

Five policemen quit in Louisburg pay tiff Je 28-4 
MALCOLM X UN IV 

Liberation school moves operations Ag 21-24 

Local involvement won't alter funds Je 16-3 

School plan announced Ag 29-16 

University may move Ag 1-3 
MAN WILL NEVER FLY SOCIETY 

FAA receives 'never fly' award D 17-3 

Readying annual Nags Head meet D 6-5 
MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT CORP . 

Employment program set in southeast NC Ap 19-11,12 
MARIJUANA ' 
see 
DRUGS 
MARINE SCIENCE COUNCIL 

Panel sets functions for centers S 17-42 
MEDICAL EDUCATION 

Budget group reconsiders cut, health school enrollments restored Mr 15-5 

Med school (UNC) hospital sign pact N 25-3 

3 NC sites proposed for medical centers 31-2 
MEDICAL SCHOOLS 

Education board asks aid for 2 medical schools S 22-3 

Education board to seek more medical school funds Jl 18-3 

Report urges medical school aid S 19-1 

Sanatorium use by UNC advised D 10-8 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 



Agreement hinted in medicaid riff J 6-3 
Assembly faces health proposals D 2-24 
Back medicaid, panel tells state 1-46 
Counties seeking May medicaid funds Je 17-3 



37 



MEDICINE AND HEALTH (Cont . ) 

Deal sought for nursing homes J 1-1 
'Doctors' helpers' urged for state My 2-3 

Door-to-door clinics aid health program's success Ap 15-24 
Experts oppose licensing of blood bank personnel Mr 28-5 
Fuquay-Varina is worried in quest for more doctors Jl 19-9 
Gonorrhea 'out of control' in NC My 29-31 
Government wanted in health care role Je 19-30 
Health bill introduced by Nick Jl 30-10 
Health care committee formed Jl 18-3 
Health care watchdog considered D 20-6 

Health unit has authority to check industrial plants Mr 27-3 
'Hospital infection' comes under attack N 22-IV,3 
Johnson, Amos: Hospital costs are unnecessary for some F 25-3 
Many X-ray units may not be safe Mr 15-1 

Medicaid cutoff is avoided as last county sends funds Ag 28-3 
NC seeking ways to cut medicaid Jl 16-1 
NC study asks health study N 13-41 
Medicaid stand legal, homes say J 7-1 
Morrisey defends county officials (Medicaid) Je 15-30 
New help for the doctor J 11-IV,7 

NC puhlic health assoc backs political efforts Je 5-3 
NC flu outbreak now an epidemic F 21-1 
NC told to expand its dental education S 20-9 

Nursing home boycott hit, balk on medicaid care may violate NC law J 3-1 
Nursing home operator said in debt to state Ap 24-3 
Nursing homes oppose medicaid J 1-11 

Nursing homes refuse to take medicaid patients J 10-3 
Nursing homes, state to discuss medicaid J 5-5 
Physician assistant helps Ayden's doctor N 19-3 
Physician has questions on doctor's aide school N 4-5 
Physicians alter stand on medicaid Jl 21-5 
Phydicians' assistants get backing N 14-5 
Piedmont health care plan gets 0E0 support grant Je 30-5 
Professor criticizes AMA on physician's assistants N 14-5 
Public gathering health laws eyed 23-5 
Regional hospitals urged Je 5-19 

Retired get medical care through Chapel Hill project 11-9 
Rural NC faces crisis in medical care needs 8-9 
Scott proposes reforms in Tar Heel health care J 23-44 
Something more than a nurse, le'g'S than a doctor D 21-6 
State board likes TB drug despite federal cutback N 26-64 
State medicaid threatened by 13 delinquent counties Je 12-8 
Support medicaid, doctors urged My 18-8 

Tar Heels raising money for kidney sick children My 20-3 
Taylor asks improved health care F 9-3 
350,000 Tar Heels to receive medicaid J 1-2 
Three plans of medicaid under study J 16-1 
Turned-on medicine; help avaiable in Raleigh S 20-IV,l 
28 counties short of medicaid funds My 27-1 
Twins born after admission refused S 16-14 
Two counties pay bills on medicaid Jl 17-5 
Welfare commissioner says aid argument is with US J 2-3 



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MENTAL HE ALTH 

Additional rights proposed for state 's mental patients Jl 19-8 

Changes in state code urged Jl 2-1 

Commission plans department td consolidate youth programs Je 18-3 

Disturbed children report due N 13-7 

Fresh approach urged on suicide S 13-4 
'Happy day' urges retarded to sample many experiences Jl 6-9 

Morgan endorses children's council S 11-7 

New rules are sought for admitting mentally ill N 1-9 

Psychiatric services in Raleigh being cut Ag 30-4 

Self-induced blindness said total Mr 24-3 

Three officials quitting 5 county agency Ag 4-5 
MERCY DEATH 

Does patient have 'right to die 1 ? 15-50 

111 person's 'right to die' to be topic 11-12 
MEREDITH COLLEGE 

Sets dedication of Weatherspoon building S 24-37 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Methodists refuse funds demanded by black group Ap 25-5 

Methodists restructure leadership F 22-3 

Methodist urge new organization J 11-14 
MID EAST ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT 

Ariline service sought for three counties J 22-3 

New slate elected by commission Ap 3-6 
MID EAST ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT 
see also 
CITY PLANNING AND REGIONAL PLANNING 
MIGRANT LABOR 

Council set to give aid to migrants Mr 28-3 

43 migrants injured in bus-car collision My 20-18 

Migrants beg to escape 23-1 

Migrants' treatment probed 22-3 
MILITARY EASES 

Bragg protest a 'lark' My 18-3 

Budget-makers again cast harsh eyes on Cherry Point D 6-3 

Grenades found at Lejeune F 6-3 

Jane Fonda barred at Bragg after rally My 17-3 

NC hopeful on future of Cherry Point facilities Mr 4-6 

Scott to intervene in air base cuts F 21-3 

Sniffing out the culprits, NARC dogs arrive My 17-IV,1 

Violence threatened in Ft. Bragg strike Mr 11-3 
MILITARY FORCES AND TRAINING 

Blast kills eighth soldier (Bragg) Je 12-3 

Exercise exotic dancer III gets under way My 20-5 

Film cited in discharge plea 30-3 

Ft. Bragg war on drugs is 'way out' N 14-1 

Government asks suit dismissal Ap 30-8 

Greensboro judge rules for private Ap 23-3 

High school draftee files for hardship discharge Ap 4-3 

Lejeune race riot described Mr 19-3 

Lejeune racial tensions said easing N 30-1 

Marines convict 3 of riot charges F 13-3 

'Phase two' of racial program begins at Lejeune Mr 1-2 

Psychiatrist says army private shouldn't be returned to duty Ap l-»3 

Seven soldiers killed in explosion at Bragg Je 9-1 



39 



MILK 

Commission OKs hike in milk prices N 3-1 

Commission votes increase on prices for class II My 20-5 

Dairy farmers make pitch for price increase 14-1 

Hearing on prices set S 2-1 

Morgan hopes for more in milk order revision J 17-24 

Morgan orders intervention in hearing on prices Mr 19-7 

Price filing rule tightened J 16-1 

Price war ends in Asheville Ap 22-5 

State's milk control is at stake at hearing N 15-1 

War extension foreseen Mr 24-1 

Witness warns on milk pricing N 17-1 
MINES AND MINING 

C&D board calls for limits on phosphate D 13-7 

NC mineral production increased F 14-3 

Officials dedicate Tungsten mine N 14-3 

Phosphate plant to close doors 14-3 

Restrictions (water) on mining postponed D 10-58 

State control supported by C and D board My 3-6 
MISS NORTH CAROLINA 

First Miss Black NC admires mother most Jl 7-3 

New queen hopes ideas will spread Jl 13-1 

Pauletta Pearson wishes people could forget color Jl 11-24 
MOORE , DAN K. 

Has surgery 18-1 
MORGAN , ROBERT 

Cautious against utilities nationalization Ag 27-3 

Endorses Pitt tech college bid Ap 29-3 

Phony advertising is Morgan's target 21-28 

Says 'Not now' to '72 governor's race Mr 10-22 

Sets up justice foundation Mr 13-9 

Will he run? It's 'maybe' Ag 2-IV,3 
MORGAN , ROBERT 
see also 
CONSUMER PROTECTION 
MOTHER OF THE YEAR 

Mrs. William R. Rand named Ap 17-15 

'70 mother of year event scheduled Ap 12-111,19 
MOTOR VEHICLES 

'Bootleg' imported tractors worrying dealers J 11-IV,9 

Department post is filled Ap 29-1 

Panel: junked cars shouldn't need title J 13-3 
MOUNT OLIVE 

Celebrates hundredth Ap 12-1 
MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES 
see 
LABOR 

LABOR UNIONS 
MURDER TRIALS 



Accused men blame each other (Westbrook, Frazier) N 18-27 
Black policeman's killing of white echoes in Carthage S 20-3 
Case ?Hunt) declared mistrial Mr 25-3 
Confession read at hearing (Warner) 7-3 



40 



MURDER TRIALS (Cont.) 

Court martial under way in Lejeune murder case Mr 17-3 

Court's ruling stands in death (Crawford) case Ap 7-5 

Crawford case goes back to state court Ap 9-34 

Crawford may get life term F 28-3 

Crawford sentence commuted My 6-1 

Enfield man (Randolph) acquitted My 1-3 

Guard says marine confessed murder Mr 21-3 

High court says youth (Roseboro) must die J 31-1 

Judge's comment ruled fair N 19-7 

Larry Teel posts bond at Oxford Ag 4-3 

Life term for Wake man upheld (Perry) Mr 12-21 

MacDonald ends Bragg testimony Ag 16-1 

Marie Hill's letter thanks Scott J 9-1 

Marine (Hundley) given 9 year term Ap 7-3 

NC seeks retrial in Crawford case Mr 27-3 

Pitt jury verdict calls for death D 12-3 

Sentence given in murder case (Williams) N 16-17 

Sentence (Macon) upheld by court Ap 16-5 

Sham and mockery (ed. Teel) Ag 4-4 

Sharber found innocent in murder Je 13-3 

Spence, Williams get life terms J 27-3 

Spence, Williams trial set My 12-1 

State reveals location in Pennisi murder case My 8-7 

Surprise witness heard in Oxford trial Jl 30-6 

Teel, 18, testifies in Oxford trial Jl 31-31 

Teel acquitted, new charges made Ag 3-1 

Testimony concluded at Lejeune (Hundley) Ap 4-3 

Testimony on strychnine purchase heard at Sharber trial Je 11-3 

Trial for Hundley set Wednesday Mr 18-3 

Vance sentenced to die My 22-6 

Vestal case to go to jury My 13-3 

Vestal freed on $100,000 bond My 21-3 

White asks justice for Marie Hill J 16-30 

Woman (Watts) freed Je 11-44 
MURDERS 

Accused marine (Warner) in brig My 12-3 

Army drops charge against MacDonald 29-1 

Army halts car, seizes MacDonald Jl 21-1 

Apex police officer held after shot kills radioman J 10-22 

Army says captain suspect in murders Ap 7-1 

Auxiliary policeman charted (Hale) F 20-46 

Boy, 13, (Edgeworth) killed was bystander 25-3 

Brothers slain, man takes life (Edenton) J 6-1 

Car hits restaurant, murder charge filed Mr 8-4 

Carthage officer indicted S 30-5 

Carthage shooting case sent to grand jury S 29-3 

Chapel Hill murder probe continues Jl 24-31 

Couple murdered at Kelford home F 20-3 

Couple tells of teenage son's relations with killer J 10-3 

Deputy is cleared in shooting death Jl 17-34 

Escaped convict charged in wife's death in Raleigh 27-24 

Ex-official charged in slaying (Charlotte) Mr 8-4 

Fayetteville giurder charged to two men Je 12-3 



41 



MURDERS (Cont.) 

Ft. Bragg captain seeks solitude F 28-3 

Fort Bragg slayings still unsolved Ap 6-3 

Four arrested in Harnett murder and assault Je 30-3 

Granville jury sets no ruling in slaying (Oakley) N 11-3 

Humble offers big reward for employee killer Mr 17-3 

Husband, wife shot to death (Grimesland) Ag 27-5 

Inquest in Bunnlevel killing S 17-41 

Jacksonville jury clears policeman (McCumbee) J 6-3 

MacDonald charged in murders My 2-1 

MacDonald describes events Jl 25-1 

MacDonald: doctors said I could have died Jl 31-1 

MacDonald testimony Jl 26-1 

MadDonald's lawyer says MP's bungled investigation Jl 7-1 

Maid (Morgan) killed going to work J 31-22 

Man (Dunn) held injslaying in county N 23-28 

Man killed, woman held (Burgaw) S 20-11,11 

Marines charge 2 in murders (Warner & Zielinski) Je 19-3 

Marine (Stanley) held in slaying of nephew F 14-14 

Medical expert: 'no future in speculating' about slaying (Nancy 
Morgan) Je 28-4 

Murder, assault hearing closed (Lillington ) Jl 4-5 

Murderer of Fayetteville widow may have hidden in house Mr 28-3 

Mysterious death handled as murder (Warsaw) S 15-3 

Nash coroner's jury rules justifiable homicide My 27-16 

1951 murder case still unsolved (Beddingf ield) D 25-28 

1967 Manteo slaying still unsolved Je 29-3 

No leads turned up in Madsion Je 24-3 

Pitt boy slain, 2 escapees held Je 6-1 

Probable cause ruled in Onslow double slaying 21-8 

Reward offered in girl's slaying (VISTA worker Nancy Morgan) Je 27-3 

Ritualists sought in Bragg murders F 18-1 

SBI aiding in probe at Edenton J 7-6 

SBI enters shooting case N 5-3 

SC police holding suspect (Bennett) in murder Mr 12-6 

Sex aspect eyed in Madison case Je 25-3 

Shallotte man (Pike) facing charge in gun death D 24-3 

Sharber charged in death of wife F 18-3 

Sheriff slain in Person co., officers kill ex-mental patient F 7-1 

Slaying brings fear to Madison county Je 21-1 

Suspect taken off list (Evans, 1965) Ag 11-18 

Suspects in fight, murder sought in Winston F 8-3 

Tar Heel dies in Calif, shootout Ap 7-1 

Teel held in slaying Ag 17-30 

13-year-old charged in Fayetteville murder My 9-3 

Two Charlotte men charged in slaying of 17-year-old Jl 7-3 

VISTA murder case investigation stymied Jl 24-5 

VISTA worker slain at Marshall Je 18-1 

Wake man held in death of wife Mr 7-8 

Widow sues Oxford trio (Teel) Ag 6-46 

Wilson man killed after family row Mr 10-3 

Woman (Baker) to face trial for murder D 11-52 

Woman said murdered in Gaston S 4-3 
MURDERS 

see also 
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 



42 



MUSIC 

Classical, rock slated for weekend Jl 31-17 

Folk concert weekend feature at Louisburg College F 19-40 

Love Valley rock festival sparks weekend Jl 17-29 

Mountain music comes to Louisburg F 25-3 

Return to Love Valley N 15-V,1 

Rock fans clog highways leaving Love V lley Jl 20-1 
NAACP 

HEW plan attacked by NAACP Ag 7-1 

Moves to speed case Ag 8-22 
NATIONAL GUARD 

Davis gets high post with guard J 22-46 

Defense communications installed in 7 NC cities N 27-3 

Equipment: bullets and restraint (Davis) N 29-IV,5 

Gets turbine helicopter N 28-3 

Guardsmen carry live ammunition N 24-3 

Plans to eye lack of negroes My 1-3 

State officials OK use of Guard S 18-3 
NEGROES 

Black named to post for Halifax schools 18-11 

Blacks set up investment firm Ag 25-26 

Blacks to take county board seats My 17-3 

'Bank' of black executives My 3-IV,9 

Candidate beaten in Anson Je 1-3 

Construction trades need more blacks J 31-22 

Durham 'black entrepreneurship ' Mr 22-IV,9 

Fayetteville blacks to open store 13-3 

Living's better in South these days, blacks say Ag 16-1 

Negro seeking election to Orange coi board Ap 26-5 

Negro wins southeast house race My 31-1 

Only 5 running for 1971 legislature Ap 26-6 

Professor calls for separatism 13-26 

Southern negroes find many changes in 10 years F 8-15 

Sowers says black study is planned Ap 14-3 
NEGROES 

see also 
DEMONSTRATIONS , ELECTIONS , MALCOLM X UN IV , SCHOOLS -- DESEGREGATION , 
SOUL CITY , RACE RELATIONS 
NEUSE RESERVOIR 

White House denies funds for starting Neuse project J 22-1 
NEW HOPE RESERVOIR 



Ceremonies set Dec. 7 at dam site D 1-5 

Environmentalists seek to dam up project N 29-31 

More New Hope pollution aid asked D 2-1 

New Hope plans defended N 27-1 
NEW HOPE RESERVOIR 
see also 
POLLUTION 
NEWS STORIES 

MacDonald case named top story of year in state; top 10 stories D 27-3 
NEWSPAPERS 

Bias charge is leveled at UNC^s Daily Tar Heel J 12-3 

Chain buys paper in Rocky Mount F 20-1 

Changes asked for UNC paper Mr 25-3 

Chapel Hill weekly wins prizes Je 28-16 



43 



NEWSPAPERS (Cont.) 

Daily Tar Heel fee help backed F 12-14 

Dissent suppression claimed in Ft. Bragg newspaper ban Ap 2-3 

Publication of 'insult' to continue N 6-21 

Sitton, Daniels take new posts on N & Mr 29-1 

'Tar Heel' criticism limited; Dual salaires for editors explained J 25-13 
NEWSPAPERS 



see also 
GENSORSHIP 



NC BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 
see 
BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 
NC CENTRAL U 

Celebrates 60th birthday N 7-3 
NC MUSEUM OF ART 

Gets new director Mr 18-26 

Gets procelain tern Ap 3-7 
NC SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 

Concerts lead entertainment J 29-16 

Robert Ward, director Ap 19-V,4 

Three named to board J 13-13 
NC STATE U 

Alumni pick president Je 28-11,10 

Black homecoming queen surprised at selection N 8-5 

Boycott called at NCSU F 24-3 

Chancellor says war damaging My 7-56 

Dismissal policy at NCSU blasted F 15-11 

Elections slated for re-run Ap 15-24 

Fired employe publishes 2d report Mr 14-24 

Forestry school to open N 6-46 

Lets ROTC open to women Ag 29-16 

Model locomotives given to NCSU by Varley family Mr 11-28 

New lab unit named for David Weaver 16-29 

Peace move result hard to measure My 23-26 

Plans to close Leazer cafeteria S 25-38 

ROTC unit retreats from Yates pond Mr 10-1 

$7 million requested of state Jl 21-20 

Student body president calls for strike My 11-3 

Students are asked to trust My 15-40 

Students ask war view by offering petition My 23-26 

Students get faculty OK My 14-46 

Students pick coed president My 6-30 

Students start campus food boycott Mr 3-24 

Students stress lack of dialogue S 3-10 

Tar Heel students lobby against war, hear Nick My 20-28 
NC TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 

Group raps treatment of blacks Ap 4-14 

NC teachers elect Goldsboro schoolman Mr 14-3 

NCTA says merger not official yet Je 17-3 
NC TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 
see also 
TEACHERS 
OFFSHORE LAND 

Few claims are filed on marshlands Mr 9-1 
OLD TIME FIDDLERS * CONVENTION 

Draws fiddlers and fans to Union Grove Mr 30-3 

Triumph at Union Grove (ed.) Ap 8-4 



44 



OUTDOOR DRAMA 

Highlights NC summer festivities Je 25-37 

Lost Colony hit by higher costs Mr 21-6 

Lost Colony opening highlights weekend festivities Je 18-28 

'Lost Colony' sequel planned at Pembroke Ag 2-3 

Records enter archives My 25-6 
OXFORD 

Anti-picketing ordinance faces challenge 2-3 

Seeks anti-picketing suit dismissal 23-36 

Statue will be moved despite some kicks D 12-3 
PARKS 

Dismal swamp state park suggested by committee S 12-3 

Eno river park will be studied My 2-3 

New state park nearing reality J 17-3 

NC parks visited by 700,000 in 5 months Jl 17-21 

Onslow park visitors sought Ag 2-4 

Raven Rock park becomes reality Mr 24-3 

State buys park land in Harnett Ag 1-3 

State funds will purchase land for Raven Rock F 7-5 

State system is expanded My 17-V,10 
PEMBROKE STATE UN IV 

New image and new growth My 17-IV,3 

Seeking to develop co-op F 3-3 
PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 

Pentecostal officers are named Ag 9-3 
PESTICIDES AND PESTS 

Agriculture board OKs parathion N 10-1 

Board of health seeking poisoning record Ag 13-44 

Controls on toxic pesticides tentatively endorsed Je 5-3 

Family's nightmare (Boyette-Pink Hill) Ag 16-1 

Graham denies poisoning dispute Ag 28-1 

Insecticide poisoning ruled in death Ag 12-3 

Interim committee formed on pesticide use in state 10-3 

It's year for return of 17-year locusts Mr 11-1 

Johnston co. farmers say pesticides cause illness F 22-1 

Joint probe of Parathion proves difficult S 2-3 

Legislative study group hears pesticides defended Ap 18-24 

NC adopts anti-DDT order J 12-6 

Official suggests ban on parathion Ag 25-3 

Overdoses criticized Mr 21-3 

Panel on pesticides urged S 2-3 

Pesticide agency urged for state Ap 19-4 

Price cut plan on tobacco said unlikely F 5-1 

Professor says weed spray taints roadside berries Je 30-1 

Some insecticides used on tobacco linked to Eastern NC illnesses Ag 11-3 

Stabilization co-op recommends leaf growers avoid DDT, TDE F 7-5 

State officials worried by pesticide poisonings Ag 16-4 
PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY 

Small pharmacists ask price ad ban Mr 20-6 
PINE HURST 

Memories of Pinehurst and the men who made it D 13-V,7 

Sold for 9 million D 22-3 
PITT TECH 

Transfer plans up to voter My 1-7 

Two prove women can shoe horse D 25-21 



45 



POETS 
see 
WRITERS AND WRITING 
POLICE 
see 
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS 
POLITICAL ACTIVITY OF STUDENTS 
see 
Name of school or system 
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 

Agnew vows nomination of southerner for court 27-1 

Barker to seek ruling on runoff My 4-30 

Court bars enforcing of rotation (senate seats) 10-1 

Democratic squabble may escalate in seventh district My 17-8 

District (8th) is miniature NC S 27-10 

Few primary fights ahead for NC Congress seats F 21-1 

1st district censur-takers urged to sell tickets to political rally Je 27-3 

Hawkins altered political makeup of state J 24-22 

Many new faces expected for '71 Assembly J 25-1 

Negroes at Oxford rally urged to arrest governor Ag 23-3 

Nixon cheered by 15,000 in rainy Asheville visit 21-1 

Off-year political gauge Mr 1-IV,1 

Platforms spell out Democratic, GOP differences Jl 19-6 
'Rotation agreement' stumbles Ap 9-6 

Rotation of Senate seats challenged Ap 4-3 

Runoff formula for primary is often misunderstood My 2-6 

Scott rebuffs Hawkins ' attack Ag 25-5 

Senate seat hearing set (11th district) S 8-3 

Taxes may haunt incumbent legislators Ap 26-1 

Taylor prepared to be no. 1 while Scott visits France My 12-1 

Two*party politics debuts in first 19-1 
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 
see also 
CANDIDATES , CONSTITUTION , DEMOCRATIC PARTY , ELECTIONS , REPUBLICAN PARTY , 
STATE GOVERNMENT , VOTER REGISTRATION 
POLLUTION 

Alleged pollution by plant to be fought at Hilton Head J 7-3 

America in lengthy battle (1st in series) Jl 12-1 

America set for earth day; NC earth day sports many faces Ap 22-1 

Cleaning up the sea Ag 30-IV,l 

Crop dusting halt fails in Pitt court S 17-41 

Duke power starting clean stack program N 22-16 

Earth day response mild Ap 23-1 

Environmental courses studied J 7-26 

Environmental Health Center: unit was long in the air J 5-24 

Faircloth: pollution fear discounted Mr 19-1 

Firm (NC Granite Corp.) faces suit over health law J 22-1 

Firms billed over $1,200 in fish kill Je 26-5 

Governor seeks pollution control J 21-24 

Hodges says environment could provide employment Ap 17-5 

Hyde spraying case before court today S 10-48 

Mercury taints Cape Fear fish Jl 30-1 

NC schools may offer environment subjects J 21-14 

NCSU student group plans environmental 'teach in' F 6-8 

Officials say plywood co. pollution nil Mr 7-3 



46 



POLLUTION (Cont.) 

Panel backs stream rule Mr 6-1 

Question aimed at Duke power Ap 23-3 

Raleigh man sues Duke power again D 24-3 

Report clouds New Hope project N 26-1 

Scott hits nerve gas shipment Jl 25-1 

Scott vows to seek money to fight state's woes Mr 18-3 

Scott warns Faircloth on pollution question Mr 20-1 

Scott won't oppose nerve gas shipment Jl 31-1 

Sowers sees economy, environment harmony Mr 24-3 

State orders 10 day halt in dusting; fish kill cited S 3-5 

State's waste quotient, ton per capita Je 4-25 

Students plan 'Earth Day' in triangle area Ap 1-5 

Students plan 2 day litter walk Jl 16-40 

Study aims at NC agencies J 13-6 

Study attempts to curb pollution by NC agencies Mr 21-5 

Tests of NC doves, fish show poisonous mercury S 16-44 

Twin city plan on pollution due Ag 7-3 

Water, air board rebuke becomes official policy 20-17 

Waste expansion denied to Hercules Mr 28-5 

Who'll be 'Mr. Environment' in NC? Mr 9-3 

Winston cited in fish kill Jl 16-1 

Winston-Salem officials say waste amounts cut S 11-3 
POLLUTION 
see also 
AIR POLLUTION 
WATER POLLUTION 
POPULATION 

Exodus continues in Tar Heel east Ap 26-1 
POPULATION 
see also 
CENSUS 
POPULATION EXPLOSION 
see 
ABORTION 
BIRTH CONTROL 
PORTS 

Ports unit marks 25th year Mr 22-4 

$7.8 million asked for state ports Jl 7-15 

Wilmington facilities expanded Jl 31-27 
PORTS AUTHORITY 

Ports unit votes money for White Ap 26-1 
POVERTY 
see 
ANT I - POVERTY PROGRAMS 
PPJESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

NC Presbyterians revise boundaries D 1-2 
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 

Ervin seeks action on election reform Ap 8-16 
PREYER, RICHARDSON 

Says US failing to combat health crisis Ap 26-3 
PRISONS AND PRISONERS 

All was gray for 6 Jaycees in prison N 15-4 

Armed escapee frees ex-cellmates Ap 20-3 



47 



PRISONS AND PRISONERS (Cont . ) 

"Befriend an inmate' keys new program J 9-18 

Bounds gets briefing in prison case 8-5 

Brighter side of prison story S 2-1 

CLU plan would establish prisoner's bill of rights D 16-34 

Central prison resists change from inside, outside Ag 31-1 

Chains standard for felons Mr 12-58 

Committee named to study NC prisons Ag 28-1 

Correctional center to open half-way house for inmates Mr 26-17 

Counties must close jails J 4-3 

Crisis of neglect and apathy S 4-1 

Damage suit dismissed (New Bern) Ag 25-3 

Disruption of prisons feared (drugs) My 29-1 

Escapees caught near Fayetteville Ap 3-3 

Governor has special gifts D 24-2 

Governor rejects 'no return' plea Ap 16-3 

Hunt continuing for 3 escapees (Fayetteville) Ap 2-3 

Inmates flee in Halifax, one killed Je 10-1 

Jail facilities get state funds Mr 15-5 

Jaycees get taste of prison N 14-24 

Law students testify on prisons N 7-5 

Letter bares escape plot D 2-1 

Lovedahl escapes from hospital F 1-3 

9 of 17 escapers recaptured Je 11-1 

New hope for improvements Jl 26-IV,2 

No more hot box, just hard work S 3-1 

NC youths are jailed with adults J 15-3 

Parolee charged in kidnap Jl 5-11,10 

Pasquotank county jail may be closed Jl 29-7 

Penal critic answered by prison chief S 25-3 

Prison charges unsubstantiated 23-3 

Prisoners continue education My 10-8 

Program to seek jobs for former convicts 12-20 

Progress, decay tearing at walls (1st in series) Ag 30-1 

Retention of disturbed inmates suggested J 22-9 

Scott commutes prison sentence for 295 D 19-3 

Scott reduces sentences of mansion staff J 16-40 

2 escapees captured in Charlotte J 23-3 

Two young convicts shot while attempting to escape F 10-22 

US court overturns inmate's conviction Mr 3l - 3 

Warden discovers another facet of his job Ap 7-5 
PRISONS AND PRISONERS 
see also 
CORRECTION COMMISSION 
CORRECTION DEPARTMENT 
PRIVACY , INVASION OF 

Army rejects 'spy' criticism D 20-17 

Davis is mistaken (ed.) D 23-4 

Ervin says army spied on officials D 17-1 

Government keeps an eye on you, US agencies gather, share data Ap 19-11,26 

Police say wiretap law needed D 22-7 

Scott's 'hotlines' said not bugged N 16-13 

Snooping files, official concern grow D 27-1 

Uncertain about spying (ed.) D 19-4 



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PRIVACY , INVASION OF (Cont.) 
see also 
ERVIN , SAM 
PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

Academy gets tax break N 12-7 

All-white schools given tax break Ag 29-16 

Attendance in private schools up 38 per cent N 8-1 

Burned school (Trent Academy) gets home J 26-1 

Eleven schools lose tax-exempt standing Ag 20-1 

Enrollment drop Said creating trouble for business colleges Je 18-3 

Group questions 'quick schools' Mr 21-3 

Impact still hazy F 16-28 

Lake; 'Public schools hamstrung' My 23-3 

Private academies' rise slowing N 30-28 

Private schools to form group S 30-22 

Private schools worry officials S 6-1 

Schools face squeeze if tax-exempt status is lost F 2-32 

Segregated schools lose tax exemption Jl 11-1 

Shift Goldsboro racial balance F 15-6 
PUBLIC DEFENDERS 
see 
LAWYERS 
PUBLIC HEALTH 
see 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
PUBLIC OPINION " 

Agency planning NC's first opinion poll Ap 27-3 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 

Appeals court upholds utility rate hike My 7-3 

Battleboro protests on telephones Mr 7-5 

Commission snowed under by requests on gas rates D12-5 

Hearing challenges state My 15-24 

Nuclear power for ^Carolinas Je 7 _ IV,1 

Scott told not to expect early gas solution My 6-30 

Telephone rate hike sought N 28-1 

Telephone rate rise rejected N 19-1 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 
see also 
ELECTRIC POWER 

TAR HEEL ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP ASSOCIATION 
PUBLIC WELFARE 

Aid said too highly publicized My 29-3 

Board allows color TV F 26-1 

Counties face suits on welfare N 7~1 

Counties may surrender their control of welfare Ag 9-1 

County control urged for welfare S 29-3 

Cut restoration not certain J 15-1 

Federal welfare backed by Scott Ag 4-22 

Nixon's welfare package worries officials in NC Mr 15-3 

NC eyes big slice of pie Mr 17-1 

NC faces crisis Jl 15-3 

NC fails to meet federal guidelines Ap 3-6 

Nursing homes get $450,000 advance for medicaid patients F 7-22 

State assistance to return to former level J 23-1 

State dept. having money troubles F 15-1 



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PUBLIC WELFARE (Cont . ) 

State role on welfare endorsed Ag 22-7 

Study set on jump in welfare Ap 30-1 

Welfare recipients ask to visit Scott Jl 31-38 
PUBLIC WELFARE 
see also 
ANT I - POVERTY PROGRAMS 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
RACE RELATIONS 

Bi-racial group talks to students (Laurinburg) 16-3 

Cheek says disorder probe justifies conclusions drawn Ap 14-3 

Civil rights report is criticized (Greensboro) Mr 27-3 

Durham race official pessimistic Je 21-14 

Farmville sets hearing to study blacks' charges 22-7 

Scott: race crisis over Ag 21-19 

Shaw's ex-president said in confrontation S 15-24 

White woman marine jeered for dating black Mr 26-3 
RACE RELATIONS 
see also 
DESEGREGATION , NEGROES , SCHOOLS - DESEGREGATION 
RAILROADS 

Rate proceeding challenged in state move J 21-1 

Tom Wolfe's beloved train bound for empty depot Mr 13-3 
RALEIGH 

Broughton students boycott 1-52 

City administrators learn employes have union here Mr 13-48 

City firemen petition council to reject some institute proposals Mr 17-24 

Civil service board exonerates 4 sanitation men S 24-54 

Council vows to push new southside plan F 18-1 

Enrollment down in city schools S 11-34 

Official vote (Southside) Mr 20-48 

Organizer 'injects' himself in dispute S 6-4 

Pollution error corrected, Raleigh not one of 'dirtiest' Ag 6-1 

Sanitation employes suspended Ag 28-1 

Smith resigns as city attorney 31-24 

Southside bond issue approved Mr 18-1 

Suspended workers get official notices Ag 29-22 

What's wrong in Raleigh? (Walker) F 8 -IV ,3 
RAPE 

Attacked by 2 men, woman tells court Ag 21-34 

Biased jury charge overruled in Onslow F 17-3 

ECU student (Crutchf ield) charged in assault Mr 22-11,11 

Greenville jurors chosed Ag 20-3 

Illegal arrest claimed (Barber, Greenville) Ag 22-7 

Judge sets new trial for High D 1-3 

Local convictions (Blalock & Andrews) in assault upheld Ag 6-39 

Man found not guilty (Greenville) 17-8 

No details revealed in Pitt assault Ap 28-7 

Two Pitt county men charged with assault My 6-19 
RAPE 

see also 
ASSAULT 



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KEDISTRICTING 

Legislators warned on redistricting D 12-5 

Redistricting forecast- stormy N 22-IV,3 

Tar Heel GOP eyes redistricting N 27-5 
REGIONAL PLANNING 
see 
CITY PLANNING AND REGIONAL PLANNING 
RELIGION IN TIE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

Baptists ask approval of voluntary prayer in schools N 12-8 
'how to handle Christmas' annual school problem D 6-9 

Praying, Bible study not banned in schools by court ruling Mr 15-11,26 

Voluntary prayer issue must be resolved N 13-30 
REPUBLICAN PARTY 

Anderson quits GOP post, but not politics J 27-5 

Buaing, pollution head GOP platform proposals Mr 21-5 

GOP meet focuses on 'unity' Mr 20-1 

Reelects Holshouser as chairman Mr 22-1 

Young GOP urged to court blacks Ap 12-3 
REPUBLICAN PARTY 
see also 
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 
RESEARCH 

Duke research helps man breathe water N 29-9 

NC 'sea lab' group gets ideas Je 17-5 
RESEARCH TRIANGLE 

Foundation income declines N 5-29 

The many-sided research triangle park J 4-IV,13 

Triangle center stores statistics 4-7 
REVENUE BONDS 
see 
STOCKS AND BONDS 
RIGHTS OF WHITE PEOPLE 

Segregationists to dedicate new facility N 24-2 
RIOTS 

Fuller is acquitted of riot charges F 11-3 

'Night of savagery' told at Lejeune Mr 20-3 

Trial (Lejeune) to resume Tuesday Mr 23-5 

Unjust treatment blamed (Greensboro) Mr 21-3 

White woman marina jeered for dating black Mr 26-3 
RIOTS 

see also 
VIOLENCE 
ROADS 
see 
HIGHWAYS 
ROBBERIES AND THEFTS 

Adding insult to injury (Weaverville) Mr 28-3 

All but $5,000 recovered from $100,000 robbery 3-3 

Branch bank robbed in Charlotte J 25-3 

Dog ring theft ring investigated in Vance J 8-1 

FBI arrest 3 just after robbery Mr 21-3 

Fayetteville banks hit by robbers D 25-3 

Fayetteville bank robbed J 14-5 

Five captured after bank robbery Mr 27-1 

Four arrested after bank holdup (Buies Creek) Ap 1-1 



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ROBBERIES AND THEFTS (Cont . ) 

$4,000 stolen in bank robbery 14-3 

Gunmen rob bank, flee into swamp (Lake Waccamaw) My 15-1 

Indictments returned (grain theft) Je 24-6 

Jury deliberating grenade theft case Ap 17-9 

Man, boy jailed in bank job D 16-3 

Man fined in Hyde for dog thefts J 9-5 

Masked men steal $3,170 from first-citizens bank Ag 13-44 

Men sentenced in grenade theft Ap 18-6 

NC bank robberies rise but so do arrest figures Mr 8-4 

One arrested, 2 sought in bank theft (Jacksonville) D 15-1 

One man held, 2 sought for Scotland Neck thefts J 20-3 

'Phone burglar' search continues Mr 25-30 

Police nab suspect just after robbery J 17-3 

Postmaster indicted in $47,000 robbery F 14-3 

Probe continues at grain facility Je 26-3 

Raleigh passengers hijacked to Havana N 14-1 

SBI director concerned over rash of robberies Mr 26-5 

Seven men convicted in bank conspiracy My 23-3 

Suspect (Laughinghouse) kills self N 5-1 

Textile worker charged in $100,000 robbery 1-3 

Thief hauls $2,000 in loot from 'adults only' store Jl 31-38 

Three bandits rob Penney ' s store 20-1 

Three charged in bank job (High Point) D 12-5 

Three charged in Fayetteville bank robbery Ag 19-3 

Threemen held on suspicion of robbery (Fayetteville) My 30-3 

Truck, loot recovered, arrest made N 25-1 

Two bandits rob Monroe branch bank My 2-3 

Woman convicted in postal theft 1-3 

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 



Priests assail diocese on unused NC holdings 19-3 
Priests ask arbitration on removal F 10-1 



SBI 



Increase in results cited by Dunn S 15-3 

Police work is where the action is Ap 19-IV,2 
SAINT ANDREWS COLLEGE 

Head (Hart) to be installed Ap 24-6 
SAINT AUGUSTINE *S COLLEGE 

Brooke: black colleges choice better than separatism D 13-IV,5 

Trustees take action N 9-22 
SANFORD , TERRY 



Begins Duke job by meeting with students Ap 3-3 

A historian's view of Terry Sanford (Woodward) 18-IV,5 

Requests support for church-related schools Je 4-3 

Takes reins of Duke Ap 2-6 

Urges Vietnam pullout by end of year Je 8-3 

"SAVE OUR SCHOOLS " 

Suit dismissed F 26-30 

SCHOOL BUSES 

Anti-busing opinion due Ap 28-3 

Appeals court delays busing in Mecklenburg Mr 6-1 

Attorneys still fighting busing law Mr 25-1 

Board to re-think move to end bus service Ag 21-1 

Buncombe legislator urges fund transfer Je 8-5 

Bus recall is termed no cause for alarm in NC F 20-46 

Bus rule upheld by appeals court N 4-5 



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SCHOOL BUSES (Cont . ) 

Bus turmoil may stall teacher merger Ap 9-3 

Busing change in cities set Aug. 1 Ap 22-1 

Busing discussion draws no comment My 26-5 

Busing issue draws school crowd J 27-22 

Busing upsets Charlotte, Atlanta F 23-1 

Busing system revisions delayed Ap 14-3 

Can court busing orders be blocked? Mr 22-IV,3 

Charlotte busing delay plea upheld by supreme court Mr 17-1 

Charlotte busing: not a model, but not wrong? N 22-1 

Charlotte parents find busing hard to accept 8-14 

Charlotte plan overruled My 28-1 

Charlotte plan would bus 19,000 Mr 18-3 

Court told busing means dropouts Mr 14-1 

Craven absences protest busing S 4-3 

Debatable ruling (ed.) S 25-4 

Dismissal of appeal urged 6-3 

Enforcing of bus rule is delayed J 26-1 

Ervin represents teachers in Charlotte case S 22-1 

Gov. Scott challenges president F 18-1 

HEW director says busing not required Mr 3-3 

Hawke assails Galifianakis for opposing school brief S 19-5 

'involuntary busing' law F 13-4 

Judge orders busing in Mecklenburg; dates set F 6-1 

"Judges see antibusing law in violation of constitution Ap 30-1 

Justice Black challenges concept of forced busing 14-1 

Legal staff eyes lending of buses Ag 30-4 

Massive busing goes into effect as Charlotte schools open S 10-3 

Morgan says judge is biased, asks withdrawal on bus issue Mr 6-3 

No bus decision seen for month N 12-1 

North ponders complexities of busing F 20-1 

NC asks delay on busing order J 6-1 

Plan aired for New Hanover Ag 28-3 

Plan asks busing for about 5,000 S 3-1 

Plan in Charlotte reaffirmed Ag 4-1 

Problems described (Charlotte) Jl 25-3 

Rally in Charlotte F 9^1 

Resistance to busing pledged J 30-12 

Rights suit answered by Morgan Mr 14-3 

School board drops busing in city Ag 18-1 

School board (Raleigh) ignores free buses Ag 19-1 

School bus head confirms surplus Mr 24-3 

School integration confusion increases F 15-1 

Scott bars tax fund use for involuntary busing F 12-1 

Scott: 'I'm opposed to busing, but. . .' J 23-1 

Scott may attend hearing on antibusing in Charlotte F 28-5 

Scott pondering law versus busing F 16-3 

Scott says resisting school busing futile J 31-1 

Scott to visit Washington over school busing rule F 15-1 

Senate spurns plans by Ervin on busing F 20-1 

State officials confer on schools S 3-5 

State panel refuses to act on funds My 15*1 

State school board has money for city buses My 8-1 

State to ask reversal of city busing ruling S 23-3 

State to renovate old buses Je 17-1 



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SCHOOL BUSES (Cont.) 

Suit seeks to halt state bus loan S 4-1 

3 judges get case on busing F 25-1 

2,700 will ride buses in Durham Ag 25-4 

US backs busing foes in Charlotte Ap 9-1 

Urban children bus fund OK'd Je 10-1 

Views upset by council survey My 2-18 

Will Scott show at federal hearing? F 27-3 

Wilson petition designed to protest busing Mr 13-9 
SCHOOL DISTRICTS 

Court hears NC school case D 8-11 

Unitary schools in Wilson ordered My 28-3 

Wake commissioners balk at merger cost F 25-1 
SCHOOL FOOD PROGRAMS 

Bill benefits NC children D 23-12 

Free breakfasts to be cold food Mr 10-3 

Hunger leaving the schools (ed.) D 25-4 

Schools get guidelines on lunches D 21-6 

Survey reveals hunger F 5-1 
SCHOOL FOOD PROGRAMS 
see also 
ANTI - POVERTY PROGRAMS 
SCHOOLS 

Accrediting unit to vote on school (Chapel Hill) D 2-10 

Bond issue defeated (Raleigh, Wake Co.) My 31-1 

Court ggts appeal on dress code 29-3 

Disease outbreak closes Hertford co. schools Ap 8-1 

Grand jury probe asked into Maysville school F 12-14 

Hertford pupils return to school Ap 15-3 

Hertford schools to reppen Ap 10-20 

High school total drops Mr 20-10 

Jones grand jury recommends repairs for Maysville school Mr 4-3 

Male-dominated primary school being tested in Burlington S 30-3 

NC high schools have 68,575 graduates in '70 My 29-24 

NC schools may offer environment subjects J 21-14 

Overcrowded, crumbling schools plague Wake, Raleigh My 17-1 

Panel hears Hoke schools' success story Je 18-1 

Sewer plan criticized in Wayne (Eastern High) Mr 4-3 

Some civic groups have difficulty recruiting for essay contests N 16-5 

Things changing in junior highs N 6-18 

Tomes make way for shop manual in Apex D 24-3 
SCHOOLS 

see also 
TEXTBOOKS 
SCHOOLS - - ATTENDANCE 

Belief gets 17 fined N 25-9 
SCHOOLS - ~DE SEGREGATION 

Asheville blacks protest new plan J 28-3 

Asheville is quiet after racial fift F 4-3 

Bi-racial posts set in Kinston schools F 11-16 

Blacks boycott at Zebulon 2-3 

Blacks hold classroom walkout at Perquimans Mr 25-3 

Blacks, whites unite in Alamance school furor Ap 10-3 

Block removed in Charlotte Mr 8-5 



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SCHOOLS- - DESEGREGATION (Cent.) 

Board (Winston-Salem) votes for teacher integration J 16-30 

Boycott cuts count for Vance N 19-3 

Burger won't delay NC school orders Ag 26-1 

Burlington said sufficient in racial ration Mr 19-3 

Chapel Hill schools set as example Je 24-5 

Charlotte appeal cities basic error S 17-6 

Charlotte asks delay on school order Mr 3-3 

Charlotte asks ruling on schools S 24-11 

Charlotte board to seek HEW aid My 29-16 

Charlotte halts school plan work F 28-5 

Charlotte injunction requested F 14-1 

Charlotte may appeal ruling; negroes join protest F 10-3 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools await fate F 3-3 

Charlotte officials think boycott threat weathered S 19-3 

Charlotte order delayed till fall Mr 26-1 

Charlotte races with time F 1-1 

'Clustering' envisioned in Forsyth Ag 4-5 

Compromise plan on school merger is unveiled Mr 1-1 

Court bars delay on desegregation J 27-1 

Court stays segregation in Iredell F 28-3 

Crayons, books left behind in swift change (Durham county) J 7-3 

Curfew set in Warrenton N 27-3 

Desegregation appeal urged in Charlotte F 8-4 

Desegregation smooth in Durham S 20-6 

Durham gets integration timetable My 29-31 

Durham schools integrate with minimum of fuss F 9-28 

End seen to public schools' racial disputes N 13-7 

Examiner surprised by reappointment to Raleigh case Mr 31—24 

Finch meets with Wilson school board Mr 28-3 

Finch says delay city school appeal J 28-28 

Forsyth to appeal on desegregation Jl 19-4 

Greenville parents seek integration plan revision Ag 19-3 

Greenville school plan announced Ag 4-3 

Grievances in Warrenton erupt in school protests N 13-13 

HEW, Justice dept. reported split on schools Je 20-1 

HEW ok's Burlington plan My 13-3 

HHH praises Scott, McNair F 5-3 

Hertford negroes protest Mr 28-3 

High school closed in Rowan S 25-38 

Institute participants hear students discuss problems Je 13-3 

Integration in state analyzed J 4-1 

Integration step two is more participation F 7-3 

Judge gets Greenville plan Jl 31-17 

Judge sets Greenville desegregation deadline Jl 8-17 

Justice dept names 5 NC units in suit Ag 20-1 

Mergers require more tax funds, Phillips warns Mr 22-3 

Motion would order new Charlotte plan J 21-3 

Negro parents seek integration (Greensboro) F 25-26 

Negroes walk out of classes (Chocowinity) 15-9 

Neighborhood schools and integration N 29-IV,3 

NC files reply in school suit Ag 11-1 

NC officials react to Charlotte decision Mr 17-3 

NC school units get integration funds S 11-1 



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SCHOOLS -- DE SEGREGATION (Cont.) 

NC schools avoid suit from Justice dept. Jl 11-24 

NC schools close to cool racial tempers N 29-4 

NC won't join pupil suit (Statesville) F 20-3 

Parents call for boycott in Charlotte F 7-1 

Parents speak minds on merger; pupil placement worries parents 

(Raleigh, Wake) Mr 3-24 
Pasquotank to explain plan Mr 21-6 
Perquimans problem to be studied Mr 26-3 
Perquimans students reject plan Mr 27-30 
Pitt meet prepares for mixing J 10-14 
Plan due here in one week Jl 29-1 
Plan for Guilford rejected F 6-3 
Plans submitted for eight NC systems Ag 5-1 
Professor asked to draw up school plan (Raleigh) Ag 22-1 
Professor's bill is used in NC solons' (Preyer & Galifianakis) school 

bill Mr 1-3 
Pupils await word in school disputes Ag 6-1 
Races clash at school in Mount Olive D 5-3 
Racial bars fall for many pupils S 13-1 
Racial fighting hits high schools (Wilmington) My 8-7 
Racial tension minimized Ap 20-28 
Racial woes plague NC schools S 29-5 
Raleigh school unit kills staff plan Ag 1-41 
Raleigh schools eye Tulsa's fate J 29-18 
Revision of Winston-Salem-Forsyth plan ordered Je 26-42 
Robeson's schools are planner's headache Jl 6-3 
Rowan blacks warn on school reopening S 26-3 
Ruling on NC school appeal due today Jl 31-1 
Rutherford schools to integrate in June J 8-3 
Satellite schools urged for Raleigh S 2-1 
School agreements reached My 29-1 

School boards announce 'no funds' merger plan Mr 11-28 
School officials charged in suit Jl 2-26 
School plan rejection likely in Charldtte Je 30-3 
School plea dismissed S 15-19 
School units will change race balance J 5-1 
Schools open under new plan S 2-3 
Schools to reopen in Warrenton N 18-3 
Scotland Neck case to be heard by court S 11-3 
Scotland Neck plan defended S 17-6 

Scott asks for statement on school desegregation F 27-3 
Scott sees little change for NC situation Mr 26-3 
Second injunction issued in Charlotte F 26-3 
Separate unit laws invalid My 27-1 
Shelby rules elections by pairing S 19-3 

Showdown is today for new school merger (Raleigh, Wake) Mr 2-30 
Some protest seen as schools open Ag 27-3 
South,' s reaction varies F 3-1 

State appeals court's order on race plan Jl 30-1 
State granted appeal time in school integration case Ag 1-1 
State school board named in suit filed in district court in Raleigh 

Je 26-42 
Strother says role will change Jl 15-8 

Students stage noon walkout to back coach (Burlington) Ap 11-3 
Suit filed on transfer of students J 1-11 



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SCHOOLS - - DE SEGREGATION (Cont.) 

Sum of small failures (ed,, Warrenton) N 14-4 

Teachers allowed to enter US suit J 10-3 

Text of integration order Jl 29-9 

Text of Nixon statement Mr 25-10 

Text shows HEW decision to cut city (Raleigh) funds J 14-14 

316 StatesvLlle pupils out, integration called peaceful J 6-3 

Three more school units named defendants in suit S 19-22 

25 Negroes arrested in school dispute 3-3 

2 arrested in fights at school (Winston-Salem) N 25-23 

US court bars opening of some schools in Wilson S 1-1 

US warns court on resegregation; Charlotte problems foreseen 15-1 

Unrest charges heard in Henderson court N 4-3 

Vance board closes school N 5-3 

Vance board is accused of resegregating students 8-5 

White parents in Statesville protest plan J 3-3 

Wilson has amended plan ready My 29-31 

Wilson school plan rejected by judge Jl 10-3 
SCHOOLS - DESEGREGATION 
see also 
DEMONSTRATIONS , INDIANS, RIOTS , SCHOOL BUSES , VIOLENCE 
SCHOOLS , REVENUE 

Federal cuts will hurt teaching programs J 30-3 

$93 million asked for NC schools My 25-3 

Non-resident fees asked of students (Alamance) F 14-3 
SCOTT , BOB 

Denies San Diego report F 4-1 

Firm, patient policy has prevented campus violence Je 8-24 

Hits Nixon on busing S 21-1 

Hits Nixon on schools Ag 25-1 

Political preference is showing Mr 22-IV,2 

Private colleges need aid Je 6-5 

Says mismanagement led to firings Ag 29-1 

Scott challenges state's academic fare N 6-1 

State gets bust of Gov. Scott F 10-22 

State goals council proposed Mr 25-30 

State government and the arts Mr 22-V,4 

State needs park lands Mr 17-5 

Stop activism drift, Scott warns colleges S 5-5 

To propose drug abuse attack S 18-5 

Urged vote against Nixon veto Ag 15-5 

Urges tight budget planning for state Ap 9-1 
SEX EDUCATION 

Harnett teacher resigns after film controversy F 16-3 

Reaches slums Mr 3-1 

Reproduction movie had earlier showing (Lillington) F 17-13 
SHAW UNIV 

Cheek will leave Shaw to head Morgan State S 5-1 

Faculty cutback draws student reaction Mr 4-26 

Sets new program offering job experience D 14-7 

Teach-in plans explained by Cheek My 17-11,9 
SHIPWRECKS 



Rescuers fight to save freighter J 23-3 
20 persons saved from burning ship J 20-1 



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SILER CITY 

Classes suspended after fighting N 24-3 

SMITH ISLAND 
see 
BALD HEAD ISLAND 

SOUL CITY 

Leaders meet with Scott (dome) My 5-1 

Project linked to Nixon administration 30-1 

Reworked bill threatens development D 6-5 

State unit makes plans for 'Soul City 1 project 29-1 

SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 

Chapter in Greenville suspended Mr 17-6 
Frinks plans protest march My 18-8 
Frinks says shots fired at car 10-3 
Oxford marchers rally here My 25-30 
Scott; SBI found nothing on Frinks J 20-22 

STATE BUILDINGS 

Office building name to honor first NC county Jl 29-23 

STATE EMPLOYEES 

Aldridge says driver re-assigned My 7-7 

C&D director concedes personal feud does exist S 26-22 

Classroom project scrutinized by state Ag 9-6 

Employe benefit boost proposed N 20-1 

Holiday pay plan unveiled D 16-1 

More than 7,000 get pay raises from state F 17-22 

New regulations simplify official use of private cars N 13-5 

Scott asks bargaining ban study Ap 21-3 

State employees to vote on pay S 12-3 

Time-and-a-half okayed for state workers D 18-46 

STATE GOVERNMENT 

Both party chiefs back amendment 31-3 

Eure voices opposition to elections board move Jl 1-26 

Gov.'s study committee told to resolve education issue My 30-1 

Group hears opposition to reorganization plan S 4.-3 

Proposal includes 20 cabinet levels Ap 9-5 

Reorganization plan explained by Henley Jl 3-5 

Reorganization, the fun's just started D 20-IV,2 

Reorganizing with care D 21-4 

Reshuffle timetable proposed D 18-1 

Scott asks opposition to reshuffle S 12-3 

Scott calls for meetings to aid agency teamwork Mr 27-5 

Scott says reorganization vital, attacks opposition D 11-28 

State unit revamp proposal unveiled Je 26-1 

STATE GOVERNMENT 
see also 
CONSTITUTION 
GOVERNMENT 

STATE OFFICIALS 

Agency for blind shakeup protested S 13-4 

Lt. Gov. Pat Taylor to ask full-time status for office N 14-5 

Pay hikes approved for state officials He 30-1 

Unmarked card being misused? Ag 22-22 

Scott says mismanagement led to firings Ag 29-1 

Top officials fired from blind unit Ag 28-1 

What's the proper role of Lieutenant governor? N 22-IV,2 



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STATE REVENUE 

NC revenues show gain D 9-3 
STOCKS AND BONDS 

Industrial revenue bonds in view for 2d legislative time around D 31-5 
STORMS 

Bitter cold bites state, records set J 9-1 

Cameron hit by tornado, no injuries Ap 15-14 

Coast surveys storm damage Ag 20-3 

Cold front hits state, results in thunderstorms Mr 27-1 

Severe flooding follows heavy rain in West NC Ag 11-1 

Storm does $150,000 damage to Holden beach N 3-3 

Surprise snow storm sweeps across state J 24-1 

Winds, rain buffet much of state D 17-1 

Winds strike coast, outer banks suffer floods N 6-1 
STRIKES 

Garbage strike ends in Charlotte F 10-3 

Injunction issued against strikers (Greensboro) Ap 18-3 

Riders solve strike woes D 16-34 

SBI, Patrol watching strike at Wilson firm Je 23-3 

Tar Heel carriers vote to stay at work Mr 23-1 

Tar Heel strikes increased in '69 Mr 22-IV,9 
STRIKES 

see also 
LABOR , LABOR UNIONS , STATE EMPLOYEES 
STUDENTS 

College-bound students show increase during '69 15-6 

Length of hair dispute lands in federal court 16-3 
STUMPY POINT 

Ruling upholds ban on long hair 22-3 

Gas find doesn't ignite residents J 18-1 
SUBMERGED LAND 
see 
OFFSHORE LAND 
SUICIDES 

Durham youth kills himself after expulsion Ap 5-16 

Jacksonville woman burns self to death D 23-28 

Rate high in northeastern NC F 1-6 
SUPREME COURT 

OK's movies as usable evidence J 31-3 

Portrait given to NC court (Winborne) F 10-5 
TAR RIVER 

Public meeting set on study Mr 19-8 
TARHEEL ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP ASSOCIATION 

Group adds directors Ag 26-32 

Political chairmen urge TEMA to back candidates Mr 5-44 
TAX EVASION 

6 Tar Heel men charged with income tax violation Mr 13-3 
TAXES 

Asheville firm says tax unfair S 12-22 

Bottlers vow 1 cent cut if tax repealed J 8-1 

Cigarette tax revenue is ahead of drink tax J 9-6 

Confusion clouds local-option sales tax law Ap 20-1 
Election hopefuls focus on state gasoline tax My 2-3 
Faircloth, Scott still split on gas funds 9-1 

Farm bureau charges tax hurts sale of cigarettes My 14-36 

Godwin says drink tax repeal move likely in '71 J 10-8 



59 



TAXES (Cont.) 

Local units share smaller pie Ag 19-1 

Nader property tax probe draws chilly NC response N 16-9 

NC revenue shows effect of slowdown F 7-1 

Only 1 county taxes full value D 4-1 

Property tax exemptions in state called unfair F 7-22 

Property tax is perennial issue in NC D 31-1 

Revenue tops estimate; slowdown feared Jl 10-1 

Scott agreeable to sales levy in all counties N 19-1 

Scott ponders drink tax J 1-1 

Sharing the gas tax (ed.) 8-4 

Some confusion marks new sales tax F 28-1 

Sting limited in primary My 4-1 

Study group told of tax woes My 19-1 

Study panel prepares for meet Mr 14-5 

Tax change on utilities advocated D 11-1 

Tax foes fire another volley at hearing My 20-1 

Winston-Salem wins on truck tax Ap 6-5 
TEACHERS 

Appalachia teachers are native S 11-6 

Black teacher job bias reported D 11-11 

Continue dispute despite merger of groups Jl 16-40 

Delegates (NEA) honor NC teachers Jl 4-14 

Demand bargaining rights Mr 21-1 

Former teacher 'I hated every minute of it' 11-1 

If student isn't learning, teacher must change Mr 22-4 

Job loss worries state's black principals D 13-10 

Merger complete Je 11-1 

Merger of state groups runs into trouble Ap 10-42 

More men becoming teachers 25-1 

NC teachers raising voices; surplus seen by 1980 D 6-6 

NCEA vote calls for merger with NCTA Ap 18-1 

NCTA says 85 teachers were fired Je 20-5 

NEA losing members in NC Ap 11-1 

NEA overlooks NC merger dispute Je 12-8 

NEA yarns expulsion for merger disagreement My 22-3 

Racial factor disclaimed Je 24-3 

State eyes big supply of teachers Je 12-8 

The teacher dropout 18-IV,3 

3 NC teachers challenge rule Mr 19-6 

Training gap probed Ap 23-58 
TEACHERS 
see also 
NC TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS 

Accreditation called state's own affair F 7-3 

Accreditation refusal defended J 10-3 

Aid sought in accreditation fight J 11-14 

Carteret Tech may move My 13-3 

Herring seeks by-pass to technical school funds F 6-1 

Onslow school to become community college in July F 23-1 

State gives accreditation to institutes D 6-10 

State school board head blasts accreditation policy J 9-40 

Tech institutes not college-bound F 7-3 

To get state certification S 5-1 



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TECHNICAL SCHOOLS (Cont . ) 

Wary of new role F 8-1 

Wake trains job-bound students F 8-7 
TEXAS GULF SULPHUR 

State hires consultants in water withdrawal fight Mr 18-5 
TEXAS GULF SULPHUR 
see also 
MINES AND MINING 
TEXTBOOKS 

Banning of books 'a racial thing 1 D 11-44 

NC schools may drop Lefler text N 6-46 

Scott dislikes texts as parent but not 'critic' D 23-3 

Two texts banned by Rocky Mount D 10-1 
TEXTBOOKS 
see also 
CENSORSHIP 
TEXTILES 

Imports sought D 26-1 

Story disputed on mill closing D 24-13 

Textile bill threat cited by Bearden D 8-3 

Textile unit says imports hurt in '70 D 29-7 

Textiles exploit people (ed.) D 9-4 
THREATS 

Attorney denies he sent letters S 15-24 

Jury to get case against local attorney 7-24 

Local lawyer gets 5 years 10-24 

Officials receive threats (from Robertson) My 21-1 
TIDELANDS 



see 
OFFSHORE LAND 
TOBACCO 

Bryant elected by group F 18-3 

Cigarette ad ban becomes official Mr 20-1 

Leaf group claims 'double standard' Je 24-3 

Snuff sales are rising from ashes N 3-1 
TOPLESS ATTIRE 

Bare breast ban given council nod Ap 21-1 

Bare facts draw council ire, assembly action asked (Raleigh) F 17-1 

Bareskin ban poses problems (Carolina Beach) Ap 16-3 

But, what color were Monique's eyes? F 13-1 

Court says of topless attire: 'guiltless' J 17-1 

Dancer, boss on trial in Carteret F 7-14 

Does state pre-empt city on topless law? Ap 4-22 

Issue divides men, women Ap 22-1 

Jacksonville bans topless dancing J 24-15 

Jacksonville to examine law J 16-6 

Jacksonville topless dancing to continue Jl 25-3 

Onslow panel hears anti-topless witness Mr 17-7 

Rights claim denied in Onslow case Je 11-3 

Topless comes to Raleigh F 15-V,1 

Topless ordinance on trial in Onslow My 27-3 

Topless ordinance passed Mr 3-10 
TOPLESS ATTIRE 

see also 
CENSORSHIP 
TOURIST TRADE 

C and D unveils film promoting travel My 22-34 



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TOURIST TRADE (Cont.) 

Business at peak My 3-10 

NC skiing industry racing uphill N 29-10 

Travel industry booming in NC Ag 16-V,3 
TOWNS 
see 
URBAN AREAS 
TRUTH IN LENDING 
see 
CONSUMER PROTECTION 
UNC 

Acts to draw negroes Ap 16-1 

Alters policy on disruption 27-1 

Asks dismissal of Blevins suit F 18-3 

Board asks full enrollment projections F 24-5 

Committee stalls on revising disruptions policy Jl 11-5 

Considering tougher disruption policy Ag 11-1 

Drops action in teacher's case F 1-5 

End near in test of University's disruption policy J 8-36 

Enrollment increase at consolidated univ. seen Jl 4-5 

Firm policy pledged on university unrest My 26-1 

Friday's pledge (text) will not tolerate forces of destruction My 31-IV,5 

Gill lauds policy view of Friday My 29-31 

HEW lets UNC have more time Ap 2-6 

Improved disruption policy (ed.) 28-4 

Injunction for Blevins refused F 21-3 

Know-nothing roar (ed. political activity) Ag 11-4 

None of units closing, Friday says My 12-22 

Time off (political activities) criticized by Scott Ag 4-22 

Trustees silent on HEW demands F 24-5 

Trustees to study disruptions policy Jl 10-27 

UNC finds Blevins guilty of disruption J 22-3 

UNC sits out proxy fight with GM management D 29^3 

University given integration order F 6-1 

University unit backs Scott plan D 30-1 
UNC-CH 

Antiwar festival under way Ap 12-3 

Antiwar leader: 'paralyze' D. C. 17-3 

Black enrollment triples Ag 30-3 

Campus activism at 'turning point'? S 13-6 

Dining hall closed by Saga Ap 28-3 

Disruptions decision expected Je 6-3 

Disruption policy change urged by faculty unit F 8-8 

Employes delay UNC strike vote F 9-3 

Enrolls 18,130 N 13-6 

Erotica research termed harmless Ag 12-3 

Eroticism study makes news again Ag 6-10 

Faculty favors student request My 14-11 

Faculty not on strike My 14-46 

5 convicted of disturbances from Chapel Hill food strike F 4-3 

Food firm signs pact Ag 1-3 

Food problems may have settled down S 24-3 

Food workers may strike again J 29-50 

4,000 hear Jane Fonda N 7-3 

Freewheeling course invites political controversy 4-6 



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UNC-CH (Cont.) 

Friday tells students to follow normal channels My 14-46 

Fund will cover UNC's purchase S 10-1 

Group named to pick new chancellor Ag 20-16 

Health sciences head to leave Feb. 1 S 12-22 

Hirsute Tar Heel to cheer again 9-1 

Johnston scholars named Ap 10-3 

'King creates royal furor in Chapel Hill D 20-14 

Marks 177 years as oldest state university 13-25 

Medical school dean resigns (Taylor) 21-8 

Mothers, babies invade halls Ap 29-3 

Newsmen, leftists debate at Chapel Hill conference J 24-3 

Okays absence for politicking Jl 30-3 

Opens health library D 21-38 

Plans more coed dormitories for next fall Ap 19-3 

Radio station has coed at helm N 29-111,19 

Saga petitioning end of employes union Mr 6-3 

Saga won't arbitrate grievances F 28-3 

Sitterson quits post Jl 11-1 

Sitterson won't ban the Radish J 7-17 

Smut experiment profs to testify Ag 7-30 

Student leader Bello changing image of office Jl 26-6 

Strike trials postponed; no date set My 1-3 

Students confer with NC congressmen My 13-3 

Students march with coffin My 7-56 

Students seek legal help Ap 18-3 

Students to vote on paper F 8-4 

'Tar Heel' criticism limited; Dual salaries for editors explained J 25-13 

Tar Heel may lose funds F 24-3 

Teacher assistant guidelines vary at UNC-CH D 21-3 

UNC backs Upward Bound plan despite occasional setbacks F 16-3 

UNC buying $1 2 million building S 9-1 

University can weather pornography storm Ag 16-IV,3 

War protest group going to capital Wed. My 12-22 

War protest slated at Chapel Hill Ap 4-3 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 

Another step toward unity (ed.) D 31-4 

Area colleges plan protests My 6-3 

Blacks find aid scarce in colleges 5-1 

Budget deficits threaten private institutions D 19-5 

Campus rallies set as protests My 5-3 

Colleges face seriojs money crisis D 3-1 

Colleges (Raleigh) hold joint seminar 4-3 

Colleges urged to upgrade aid S 18-3 

Conflicts, confusion charged in state higher education D 9-3 

Corporate voting power wasted by universities D 28-3 

Costs continue to soar J 14-9 

Duke, UNC heads feel pressuring inappropriate D 28-3 

Excessive student housing (ed.) Ap 5-IV,4 

Five NC institutions earn AAUP merit for faculty pay scale Ap 24-6 

$430,000 given to NC colleges F 7-3 

Fund crisis ahead for NC private colleges J 13-1 

Gov.'s study committee told to resolve education issue My 30-1 

Integration order awaited; must clear new plans J 17-5 



63 



UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES (Cont . ) 

Integration process termed a gradual evolution Ap 20-5 

An intolerable conflict (ed.) D 11-4 

Legislature urged to think of higher education needs D 29-3 

LeMay remarks prompt educators 1 rebuttal F 10-3 

Mood is calm expectation 11-15 

Negro colleges lack recruits 12-1 

No male students? Girls don't mind S 14-3 

No merger, negro university heads say F 9-3 

NC top educators predict less unrest S 23-5 

NC urged to aid private colleges 17-5 

NC uses little student loan aid D 13-1 

Plan fuels fuss on college student aid D 11-1 

Private colleges need state aid Jl 19-IV,5 

Probe asked into colleges' role in seeking student aid Jl 19-7 

Problem: empire building D 20-IV,5 

Protests rate up in 1970 Mr 29-16 

SAT score rising for NC blacks Jl 7-1 

School suit brief filed in Winston N 20-42 

Scott confers on college desegregation Mr 20-5 

Scott school move backed D 17-1 

Scott urges change in college control D 16-1 

See room crisis in reverse Ap 3-1 

Special issue F 15 

State aid for private colleges? S 20-IV,3 

State aid urged for all colleges N 4-5 

State help said needed for tuitions S 6-3 

State should ask for more student aid, official says Jl 12-3 

State may aid private colleges Mr 16** 3 

State units present budget requests Jl 24-12 

Student aid fight looms in General Assembly 8-1 

Student aid plan backed S 17-1 

Student politicking a tax problem? Jl 19-IV,3 

Students, college officials celebrate King's birthday J 16*-40 

Students march to Raleigh My 9-1 

Students to march on Scott My 7-1 

Tougher HEW rule coming on colleges F 11-1 

Trustees are challenged (ed.) D 16-4 

Trustees think like Wallace? J 9-40 

University chiefs back state aid Mr 20-8 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 
see also 
COMMUNITY COLLEGES 
names of individual schools 
URBAN AREAS 

Exercise of eminent domain proposed in state law revisions Je 13-5 

NC cities ask more revenues Jl 3-1 

Study finds downtowns can be revived-if- S 27-IV,10 
UTILITIES COMM . 

2 power companies can serve one area J 7-3 
VIETNAM 

Student polls Tar Heels on Vietnam J 25-10 
VANDALISM 



Three schools damaged in Charlotte Ag 25-3 



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VENEREAL DISEASES 

NCCU reports increase Jl 19-15 
VIOLENCE 

Blacks arrested in racial unrest D 3-1 

Blast damages buildings in Durham JCe 23-24 

Bombs damage Edgecombe school Ag 29-3 

Bookstore damaged in explosion (Chapel Hill) My c 9-3 

Bus said fired on after game D 17-3 

Calm reported in Henderson N 9-1 

Chapel Hill altercation fatal to one N 22-1 

Charlotte men held for trial My 19-3 

Conviction of Dobbins upheld S 19-3 

Curfew lifted in Hickory S 15-3 

Deputies search for blast cause (Salisbury) 8-5 

Dynamite blast destroys Sims store J 22-3 

Dynamite blasts Wilson restaurant Ap 29-3 

Elm City quiet after shooting N 3-3 

Fires set at schools in Hickory S 10-3 

4 more arrested in shooting case (Smithfield) Je 4-7 

4 students arrested in Henderson protest 28-23 

Freight firm offers reward (Cherryville) Ap 15-3 

Guard withdrawn from Vance N 11-3 

Guardsmen sent to strife-torn Henderson N 8-1 

Henderson clash leads to curfew N 7-1 

Hickory declares state of crisis S 9-3 

Hyde convictions upheld by state supreme court My 14-5 

Hyde sentences upheld by court My 28-42 

Iredell school calls in deputies 2-3 

Lack of justice said main Oxford grievance My 15-3 

Man shot at pier in Carteret Ap 20-3 

Men convicted of shooting get 30 year terms (Reaves & Elliott) J 17-3 

Oxford, a quiet town becomes a battleground My 28-1 

Oxford curfew lifted Je 2-3 

Oxford curfew remains My 29-7 

Oxford curfew still in effect My 31-16 

Oxford father, son bound over in death My 14-1 

Oxford firms hit by firebomhs My 26-3 
see also: 
SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 

Parade plea rejected in Warrenton N 24-3 

Racial tensions ease in Hickory S 12-3 

Reason for shotgun blasts a mystery, says minister (Umstead) Je 1-1 

Rev. Shipp gets permit for pistol F 11-26 

School bus tiff results in fines F 18-24 

Seven men indicted in Johnston shootout Je 2-3 

Shotgun blast hits Negro couple's home S 5-3 

Shotgun blasts fired into Wilson minister's home My 31-3 

Scott sends patrolmen to Oxford My 27-1 

Six blacks sought in Farmville S 9-22 

Statesville disturbance calmed Jl 31-31 

Teenager killed after chase Jl 11-3 

Threats interrupt schools in Vance N 10-1 

3 shot in Goldsboro shootings 14-1 

36 arrested in Fayetteville over weekend S 1-3 

Troopers sent to Warrenton D 2-3 



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VIOLENCE (Cont.) 

Two more gang members charged (Chapel Hill) N 23-3 
Yanceyville keeps curfew S 21-3 
VIOLENCE 
see also 
RIOTS 
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 
see 
EDUCATION 



TECHNICAL SCHOOLS 
VOTER REGISTRATION 

Brock questions plan J 18-6 

Democrats seek lower voting age J 14-1 

Illiterates can vote Nov. 3 30-1 

Illiterates registering in NC 7-3 

Justice dept suit challenges state vote laws Ag 20-50 

NC may test new voting law Jl 16-40 

NC vote unlikely for college students S 15-24 

NC voting laws to get challenge Ag 19-1 

Register illiterates, judge tells state S 19-1 

Scott won't fight lower voting age J 20-22 

State resists literacy test ban, vote at 18 Jl 24-1 

State to implement plans for lowering voting age D 22-1 

Students told to register at home D 29-5 

Vote law speed-up asked S 1-1 

Voting age sparks debate J 15-1 
VOTING 

General assembly must answer electronic balloting question Mr 14-24 

Results My 3-4 

Results of election My 31 

Summary, preliminary N 4 

Vote summary N 5 

Voters told to watch the clock My 1-9 
VOTING 

see also 
ELECTIONS 
ELECTIONS BOARD 
WAGES AND SALARIES 
see 
LABOR 
WAKE 

County celebrates 199th birthday Mr 12-58 
WAKE FOREST 

Students ask equal tuition fees F 19-3 

Students plant crosses in protest My 21-3 

Wake Forest OK's campaign policy S 14-3 
WATER 

Better planning on water urged Jl 16-30 

Board okays study for Roanoke area F 15-3 

CP&L plan for water authorized J 29-1 

Crabtree dams cited as water source S 24-8 

Governor hints he'll seek tighter water use laws Ag 26-32 

Health laws to tighten in protecting watershed J 13-22 

New desalination plant planned J 13-13 

NC raps water plan in Virginia Ag 25-5 



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WATER (Cont.) 

Water board airs new system Jl 2-6 

Wise use of water a must, Scott says J 22-9 

State fisheries official backs Duke reservoir plan J 29-13 
WATER 

see also 
WATER AND AIR RESOURCES 
WATER POLLUTION 
WATER AND AIR RESOURCES 

Board gives orders to reshape agency operations My 23-5 

Scott 'to correct' makeup of board D 19-1 

Unit's membership questioned D 18-1 
WATER POLLUTION 

Beach areas battle against water pollution Je 29-1 

Development spawns silt which pollutes Crabtree D 15-32 

Fishing creek proposal meets opposition (Rocky Mount) D 2-3 

Fourth fish kill destroys thousands Ag 1-3 

Herbicides reported spilled in Randloph county river Je 9-8 

Hilton Head developers plan action J 13-13 

Industries attempt cut in sewage Ag 23-4 

Lower Cape Fear River pollution source cited Ag 4-3 

NC waters show signs of mercury Jl 14-3 

Protests aired on water standards Je 27-1 

Roanoke river cleanup estimated at $30 million Ap 2-3 

Stalemate seen in water laws Ap 11-5 

State board boils over hot water regulation Mr 28-1 

State official disputes Haw pollution charges Ap 29-5 

Streams' standards will be considered D 29-3 

Suit blames Schlitz for Yadkin kills Jl 29-5 

Tar Heels make plea for river Ap 24-1 

Tar River mop up begins Ag 21-=1 

Tar River oil slick clearing Ag 22-3 

Yadkin river suit threatened Ag 2-3 
WATER POLLUTION 
see also 
POLLUTION 
WAYNE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

In the jet age Mr 8-IV,10 
WELCOME CENTERS 

C & D approves welcome center F 15-3 
WENDELL 

Special section 25 
WEST , CAMERON 

Pay attention to students F 15-13 
WESTERN CAROLINA UN IV 

Dent protests WCU bid to get Asheville land (dome) Ap 1-1 

Professor protests end of contract Mr 13-3 

SBI probe requested by university Mr 20-3 
WILDLIFE 

Albermarle to get major game area J 17-3 

Are the geese coming back? S 20-V,l 

Larger game herdB topic of Asheville meet J 30-22 

Reports of coyotes in Wake confirmed Mr 24-3 



67 

WILDLIFE RESOURCES CQMM 

Agency expected to OK White Oak dam My 25-1 

Panel asks probe on 'salesman' Ag 25-5 

Waggoner, Jay of Graham named chairman J 31-5 
WILLIAMS , ROBERT 

Order barring return dissolved J 30-13 
WILMINGTON 

Vehicles use propane gas Ag 25-1 
WIRETAPPING 
see 
PRIVACY , INVASION OF 
WOMEN 

Co-view of equality N 29-111,1 

Four women, four views Ag 23-111,1 

Local female activists in Chapel Hill, Durham F 20-15 

NOW woman will have her say before senate panel this week S 7-40 

A step toward equality Ag 27-21 

Wake's first woman to run for office says no nation bigger than womanhood 
Jl 16-19 
WRITERS AND WRITING 

Brewer, Owen win awards for literary achievement D 5-5 

Poet (Levertov) combines rough politicking and gentle art 25~IV,7 

Tar Heel writers talk shop Ag 23-3 

A time to talk about writing Ag 9-IV,7 



ZOOS 



Committee announces possible Chatham location 16-40 

Raleigh men offer to give animals to fill state zoo J 16-7 

Site resolution approved Mr 15-8 

Support for state zoo sought by authority J 18-3 

That Tar Heel zoo Jl 5-V,l 

Triad's no-show stirs up controversy over site D 10-1 



1971 



NEWS AND OBSERVER INDEX 

ABC 

Lower level has permit suspended J 12-8; Study asks beer sales extension 
J 14-8; Panel urges repeal of drink list J 21-28; Creedmore stores destroyed 
J 31-5; Liquor gets NC man 40 months F 2-10; More drink time is measure's 
goal F 5-6; Body objects to later closing F 17-6; 

Hours amendment adopted Mr 3-22; Still blast followed by probe Mr 7-3; 
129 nabbed in Durham booze raid Mr 20-3; Law rewrite bill gets nod Mr 24-16; 
Bill tentatively OK'd Mr 26-6; Bill clears Senate Ap 1-8; Old liquor law 
repeal is favored Ap 7-6; Ashe county upset by ABC bill Ap 8-26; 

Three men charged with bootlegging Ap 9-10; Non-tax liquor OK Marine 
tells judge My 21-12; Vote wins approval My 27-7; Liquor sales at Guilford 
approved My 28-7; License ban upheld for Charlotte club Je 11-35; Bills 
seek hike on beer permits Je 12-5; New laws near passage Jl 3-3; Newton 
Grove gets ABC store Jl 11-11,10; Vote for cities nears OK Jl 16-3; 

New law allows beer until 2 a m Jl 17-1; Referendum bill killed by 
panel Jl 21-6; ABC vote provision blocked Jl 22-8; ABC sales at 
restaurants a possibility, says Moore Jl 28-6; ABC unit rejects self- 
service beer Ag 3-3; Lexington liquor election declared void by state S 25-1; 

Spirits spirited away from ABC warehouse S 25-16; 55 charged in 
Edgecombe liquor raid 16-5; Agents raid liquor still near Elkin 31-5; 
Board hearing set for grocer (Whittington) N 26-5; Cumberland to file 
fortified wine suit D 5-5; ABC unit faces suit over wine D 10-1; 

Flowers' charges nol prossed D 21-5; 
ABC 

see also 
ALCOHOL; LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 
A and T UNIV 
see 
NC A & T 
ABORTION 

More liberal law sought J 14-12; Episcopalians eye move to back 
abortion reform J 30-3; Ex-Legislator (Jones) criticizes ruling on abortion 
law F 3-3; Abortion law, incomplete (ed.) F 5-4; Changes sought in abortion 
bill F 5-6; ECU speaker (Jones) raps NC abortion law F 11-38; 

Liberalized bill triggers emotional debate F 19-6; Abortion bill clears 
panel F 20-6; House tentatively OKs abortion measure F 24-1; Liberalized 
bill passes House by 6 votes F 25-1; Change the abortion law (ed.) F 26-4; 
Coed abortion aid established Mr 8-17; Abortions on rise in NC hospitals 
Mr 10-28; New abortion drug tested Mr 29-18; 

Debate resumes. Church literature hit Ap 1-8; Abortion bill sent to 
Senate Ap 2-1; Senate defeats abortion bill Ap 7-1; Bill suggests abortion 
as divorce plea Ap 7-6; New abortion bill introduced in Assembly Ap 8-25; 
Did mountain of mail kill the bill? Ap 11-IV, 3; Debate may be renewed Ap 16-7; 

House OKs abortion bill Ap 24-5; Abortion changes advance in Senate 
Ap 30-6; Abortion measure gets nod My 12-1; Reform bill amended My 13-1; 
Abortion measure enacted My 14-1; Clandestine abortions cited My 19-3; 
Leading health care issue Jl 18-IV,3; Toman (Wheeler) told to return to NC 
19-16; Duke students provide loans 27-8; 

Monroe MD arrested on charge of abortion D 1-26; 



ACCIDENTS 

2 sleighing fatalities J 2-17; Three children die in Durham fire 
J 11-20; Two boys killed, driver charged J 19-6; Train-car collision 
kills Clayton man J 21-44; Pilot, passengers walk away from plane wreck 
J 24-3; Girl's body (Elizabeth Simpson) found near home J 27-24; 

Accidental drug overdose ruled in death of Miss Simpson J 28-38; 
Fayetteville fire kills infant boy J 28-38; Pilot, 19, dies in crash 
after aerial greeting J 29-1; Bomb hurts youths F 1-28; Two killed in 
crash of light plane F 3-3; Scott aide not charged in wreck F 3-6; 

Smoke kills businessman F 3-11; No contact made in aide wreck 
F 4-3; Two bodies recovered from water (Elizabeth City) F 9-19; Loose 
barge hits coastal bridge F 16-3; 10 climbers rescued from peak F 22-6; 
Harbor seal bites Rodanthe fisherman F 22-20; Raleigh man (Whitfield) 
dies in fall in Scotland Mr 1-1; Train kills Charlotte boy Mr 7-16; 

2 crewmen killed when jet crashed Mr 16-3; 2 brothers suffocate 
in Statesville Mr 16-18; Bus-cars collision injures 15 Mr 27-1; Four 
lives lost in Pender wreck Ap 10-15; 1-85 wreck fatal for 5 Ap 15-1; 
Sixty women taken ill (Raleigh) Ap 18-5; 

Grandstand injury list reaches 122 (Leland) Ap 19-1; Radioactive 
units survive derailing Ap 30-3; Gunshot fatal to 4-year-old My 9-12; 
Five killed south of Chapel Hill My 11-1; UNC teacher dies in rescue 
attempt My 15-3; Air Force rescues man hurt in fall inside tank My 25-1; 

Woman, 37, is killed in arrest My 27-3; 19 Pitt students injured 
in wreck Je 1-3; Raleigh man killed in motorcycle mishap Je 4-29; 
Wreck kills five near Pollocksville Je 7-1; Luckily for bleeding boy 
ambulance happened along Je 8-6; Searchers find bodies of 3 man Je 12-18; 

Firefighter plane hits treetops Je 16-3; Blast hits Guilford plant 
Je 18-3; Lincolnton textile mill workers ill Je 19-3; Victims' bodies 
found in mountain plane crash Jl 6-3; Apex lineman dies of explosion 
burns Jl 9-27; Canadian plunges off Chimney Rock Jl 13-3; 

Accident ruled in fire deaths (Wilmington) Jl 14-18; NC policeman 
(Colee) killed in street Jl 17-5; Two children drown in lake (DeWeese) 
Jl 25-11,10; Woodland accident kills six Jl 30-1; 2 killed, 3 hurt in 
Wendell wreck Jl 31-16; 4 killed, 2 injured in 3 area crashes Ag 8-12; 

Two wrecks kill 8 Ag 9-1; Youths killed inhaling aerosol spray 
fumes Ag 31-3; Woman (Wright) dies as boat flips S 15-5; 9 pupils hurt 
in bus wrecks S 16-10; 4 killed, racing charged (Richlands) S 21-1; 
Truck hits school bus, 15 injured (Creedmore) 2-1; 

Stunt pilot crashes, dies during Greenville air show 18-5; Small 
plane hits jetliner, crashes at RDU, 2 killed D 5-1; Seven killed in 
wreck in Wagram D 13-1; Four die in plane smashup D 14-1; Tug sinks in 
Albemarle, one killed, five missing D 19-1; Boat wreck along banks kills 
two D 23-1; 
ACCIDENTS 

see also 
FIRES 3 HIGHWAY SAFETY 
ADVERTISING 

Radio, TV attack ad study My 13-3; 
ADVERTISING 
see also 
CONSUMER PROTECTION 



AGED AND AGE 

Needs of elderly cited by Scott My 22-3; Eagleton, speaker for aged 
My 23-5; Tax help for aged backed My 27-7; Tax relief for aged nears 
Senate OK Je 2-6; Tax exemption for aged gets approval in Senate Je 3-12; 
Mistakes cited in care of mentally ill elderly Je 24-3; Special bus fare 
is good promotion (ed) 31-IV,4; STIR moves Wake senior citizens N 27-5; 
AGED AND AGE 
see also 
ANTI-POVERTY PROGRAMS; HOUSING; MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
AGRICULTURE 

NC crop, livestock value up in 1970 J 6-1; Engineered food is on the 
way J 17-111,1; State farm outlook, uncertain J 31-IV,1; Cropmen honor 
Jordan F 1-21; USDA will take over state meat inspection F 3-3; Graham 
endorses change in NC meat inspection F 4-5; Meat bill enacted Mr 5-5; 

Farm and Home special section Mr 22; Limiter for plants found Ap 4-6; 
Turkey business hatching Ap 11-IV,8; Lettuce boycott sought in state Ap 19-3; 
Tar Heel wins soybean award for Southeast Ap 19-21; Pork price study proposed 
in bill My 22-5; Tobacco rally hears Hughes plea on preservation of family 
farms My 28-3; Quail bill tentatively approved Je 4-6; 

Quail bill OKd Je 5-5; Senate OKs pig bills Je 18-9; Hog cholera cases 
show sharp drop Jl 5-22; Federal inspection offices (meat and poultry) to 
be in Raleigh Jl 13-3; Faison, farmer's stock exchange Jl 25-111,1; First 
Gypsy moth in state poses threat Jl 29-1; Corn blight hits 65 counties Jl 29-17; 

Moths miss out on love potion Jl 30-3; More Gypsy moths discovered in 
NC Ag 3-3; Mechanical harvester cast shadow on small leaf farmer 4-3; 
Storm crop loss totals confirmed 13-5; 
AGRICULTURE 
see also 
PESTICIDES AND PESTS; TOBACCO 
AIR POLLUTION 

Many Tar Heels won't get the lead out F 15-1; Blocking natural noises 
F 28-IV,9; Court test planned for textile workers Mr 13-8; NC air quality 
controls attacked and endorsed Mr 19-28; Brown lung bill slips into Senate 
Mr 27-7; Electric cars to compete Ap 22-51; 

Pines dying in chemical plant area Ap 23-1; Mallinckrodt has no orders 
to halt emissions because of tree damage Ap 24-24; Clean air honor given 
electric car Ap 26-21; Mallinckrodt told to cut contaminating emissions 
Ap 27-28; Byssinosis bill given approval Ap 28-5; 

Bill asks inspection of exhausts Ap 29-30; Suspected chemical named in 
damage to pine trees Ap 30-1; Too early to know air standards' effect My 4-6; 
Institute reports pollution research My 20-54; Anti-pollution (automobile 
legislation) My 27-1; Nash County case leads to ruling on sonic boom Je 3-3; 

Workmen's compensation will cover Brown Lung Je 12-6; Brown lung link 
to job affirmed Ag 14-5; Mill worker asks Brown Lung pay S 2-7; Byssinosis 
claims settlements denied S 3-22; Smoke readers train to monitor stacks 
S 6-5; Unknown chemical hurting pines S 29-30; Damaged pines still under 
test 5-28; NC air standards proposal presented N 16-18; 

Pollution laws unfair? N 19-40; Oil industry representatives protest 
antipollution plan N 20-19; Auto emissions standards soon D 10-12; 
Pollution control asked localized D 10-12; Tougher auto smoke law ahead D 31-1; 
AIR POLLUTION 
see also 
POLLUTION; WATER AND AIR RESOURCES; WATER POLLUTION 



AIRPLANES 

Wright airplane replica to fly Mr 4-7; Replica of Wrights' plane flies 
Mr 10-3; Pilot flies rotorcraft across US Je 23-25; 
AIRPORTS 

Measure on state airport aid draws fire in House floor fight F 19-6; 
He pilots aid bill past House flak F 25-3; Senate defeats airport aid bill 
Mr 25-8; Raieighites protest land swap between airport, Umstead Park Ap 17-3; 
Grants approved for airport aid Ap 18-6; Senate OKs bond bill for RDU Ap 22-51; 

Park visitors against airport expansion Ap 25-6; Group switches on 
airport plan My 22-24; Legality of condemnation in park plan questioned Je 13-2; 
Airport plan avoids park land swap Jl 7-1; New prospects appear for RDU airport 
(ed.) Jl 8-4; New proposal pleases officials and citizens to save park Jl 8-52; 

State seeks bids for heliport Ag 6-3; NC heliport bids submitted Ag 11-28; 
Fight looms on airport land use N 26-5; Separating commercial from private 
planes not answer D 19-IV,3; 
ALCOHOL 

They fight alcoholism by helping each other F 28-7; Tar Heel moonshiners 
outshine their neighbors Mr 31-28; Drying out the public drunk Ap 4-IV,3; 
House OKs alcohol sale at Guilford My 14-8; House OKs bill called 'wettest' 
Jl 1-3; 
ALCOHOL 

see also 
ABC; LIOUOR BY THE DRINK 
ALCOHOLIC CONTROL BOARD 
see 
ABC 
AMERICAN PARTY 

American Party chairman, councilman file for race Ap 2-27; 
ANTI- POVERTY PROGRAMS 

State's rights to force county funds tested J 15-31; Funds for social 
services nearly doubled in budget J 18-5; Appalachian commission said ending 
J 28-1; US funds construction of high-rise for elderly F 2-22; Governors, 
Appalachia unit needed F 6-3; Economic aid plan announced for Tyrrell F 12-33; 

Appalachian bill passes Senate unit Mr 3-8; Jones County ordered to pay 
share of WIN Mr 6-1; Jones to appeal ruling on WIN Mr 12-3; Board accused on 
stamps Mr 15=28; 600 march in Chapel Hill for funds to feed poor Mr 21-4; 
Appalachian group bill near trial Mr 24-11; Wake's rural poor Mr 28-IV,l; 

Directives prepared for food recipients Mr 29-3; NC counties get food 
stamps Je 19-3; SENCland poverty unit head resigns Jl 18-14; Study finds 
poor nutrition in NC Jl 27-1; Non-paying NC counties cut from WIN program 
Ag 6-3; 28-county job program funded Ag 10-3; 

NC hunger not measured in recent nutrition study Ag 13-11; $83,900 
each for Raleigh, Wake from public jobs program Ag 13-40; Pender adopts stamp 
program Ag 17-28; Head Start funds OKd in Wake Ag 30-5; Tri-state plan 
seeking to close income gap Ag 31-9A; Food stamp funds lacking S 5-5; 

Affiliation with NYC cut by Raleigh N 2-26; Agency's future looks bright, 
says director Allen D 5-8; 
ANTI -POVERTY PROGRAMS 
see also 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH; SCHOOL FOOD PROGRAMS 
ANTIWAR SENTIMENT AND DEMONSTRATIONS 
see 
NONVIOLENCE 



APPALACHIAN STATE U 

Tech school transfers tops in Appalachian classwork Jl 22-18; 
APPOINTMENTS 

Governor's panel on Law and Order gets new leader (Ransdell) J 30-22; 
New solicitor (Bloom) appointed for third district F 10-3; Scott picks 
health panel Je 17-14; Scott fills four judgeships, holds four as bait 
Jl 27-3; Scott names Sowers to new agency (Dept. of Natural and Economic 
Resources) Jl 31-1; Members are named to legislative units Ag 8-5; 

Ex-Albermarle mayor gets Patterson seat Ag 19-5; 3 named to panel on 
Mansion Ag 28-15; Crime council members named Ag 28-15; Winkworth to 
head forest unit S 30-6; Leak gets top post in new unit 2-5; Godwin 
appoints members to commissions 7-12; Holshouser names 12 to panel 7-12; 

Duke MD (Baker) named human resources department head Q 11-1; Scott 
fills education board post (Erwin) 12-5; Lawyer (Logan) joins state unit 
14-5; Woodhouse to head new wildlife office 16-5; Scott names 2 to 
juvenile board (Waler, Liske) 24-5; Judgeship goes to Perry Martin N 3-7; 

Scott names seven to pesticide board N 4-10; Negro (Chess) is named to 
Superior court N 5-1; 12 appointed to manpower council N 6-6; Top revenue 
spot filled (Jones) N 16-1; Governor appoints 15 board members N 23-21; 
Scott fills positions N 25-7; Credit union supervisor appointed N 27-7; 

Scott picks 2 for panel D 2-7; 7 get dare care posts D 3-9; Governor 
names 11 to council on mental retardation D 7-27; 
APPOINTMENTS 
see also 
key words in names of state agencies 
ARCHEOLOGY 

Ancient Indian skeleton found in Watauga County Je 3-33; Artifacts 
recovered from ships 21-8; 
ARSON 

Fire bomb burns furniture store (Wilmington) F 5-3; Fire guts office 
of rights lawyer F 5-3; Boy held for fire at school F 12-7; Blaze kills 
2 brothers, youth jailed Mr 8-17; Teen-ager charged in Fayetteville fire 
Mr 11-7; Six charged in Chapel Hill fires Ap 16-3; 



Arsonists blamed for many fires Ap 19-1 



type person does it? Ap 25-4; Wilmington youth charged with arson Je 4-3; 



Forestland arsonists, what 



Guards foil school arson try 
schools (Hendersonville) Ag 30-1; 
Fireman charged in arson 



14-year-old charged in fire (Leland) Ag 6-26 
(Hendersonville) Ag 26-3; Guard sent to aid 
8 cases reported (Hendersonville) S 1-3 
S 10-1; Two charged in club fire (Charlotte) S 23-3; Man (Arrowood) admits 
setting three school fires D 10-36; Arson suspected in Beaufort fire D 24-5; 
ARSON 

see also 
FIRES 
ART 

Reynolda collection to be exhibited in New York J 10-V,6; Raleigh 
artist (Jenkins) wins prizes Ap 11-V,6; NC artist gets Berlin commission 
My 19-3; Black Mountain college study given Je 16-3; Abe and Irene give 
news a new dimension with art Jl 19-3; Durham artist wins first place in 
NC (Pratt) D 2-68; 
ART MUSEUM 
see 
NC MUSEUM OF ART 
ARTS 

see 
CULTURE or specific fields 



6 



ASSAULT 

Assaults reported at ECU J 9-10; Man, wife assaulted by robbers J 27-3; 
Woman relates fear of Bunn J 29-16; Local youth (Foster) faces trial F 2-5; 
Warrant against eager refused Mr 20-1; Authorities seek man in assault 
(Raleigh) Mr 21-12; Police charge Raleigh man (Johnson) with assaulting 
woman Mr 22-22; Sour food case had sharp bite Ap 27-28; 

Assault testimony heard from Gwen Davis My 13-3; Officer(Ringer) was 
acquitted in assault case My 21-12; Wake men (Rhodes, Matthews) face trial 
on assault My 29-3; Judge rules out police coercion (Thacker) Je 23-32; 
Thacker given 11 more years Je 24-48; Greenville patrolman acquitted in 
assault Ag 12-12; Aided by tear gas, police flush gunman 18-5; 

Charge against Paul dropped 27-5; Pitt officers seeking man in 
assault N 6-5; Officers arrest 3 men in assault, weapon cases (Catawba) 
N 13-6; 2 arrested in attack on woman (Greenville) N 17-5; Red light is 
tactic in assaults in Pitt N 17-5; Man (Waddell) given death in assault 
case D 18-5; 
ASSAULT 

see also 
RAPE 
ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

Pitt County man (Martin) to head body Ag 14-3; 
ATHLETICS 

Football deaths, injuries to get probe, says Scott N 3-1; 
ATTORNEY GENERAL 

Morgan assistant (Covington) resigns Je 30-30; 
ATTORNEY GENERAL 
see also 
CONSUMER PROTECTION; MORGAN, ROBERT 
AUTHORS 
see 
WRITERS AND WRITING 
AUTOMOBILES --COUNTY EMPLOYEES USE 

Wake county car use apparently illegal Jl 30-10; 
AUTOMOBILES --STATE EMPLOYEES USE 

Senate debate sets battle line J 23-6; Unit gets unmarked car bill 
J 29-3; Records of cars asked F 3-6; Unmarked vehicle bill amended F 5-6; 
House OKs amended bill on unmarked vehicles F 6-6; 5 solons at rally use 
patrol car F 26-1; Holshouser hits use of patrol cars F 27-5; 

Unwise patrol policy (ed.) Mr 1-4; Republicans fuel state--auto furor 
Mr 13-1; Scott sees guidelines for patrol Mr 19-1; NC Patrol to discuss 
ride policy Mr 25-6; 14 unmarked cars OKd, state to buy 955 cars Mr 30-5; 
Guidelines set on patrol car use Ap 3-5; Sowers, some employes giving up cars' 
use Ap 8-26; Political parties collide over use of patrol cars Ap 15-15; 

2 panel members oppose more state car hearings Ap 22-10; 
AWARDS 

NC press unit cites newspapers J 22-30; Attorneys Morgan and McConnell 
get Jaycee DSA honor J 27-30; Pupil's project stymies teacher J 28-3; 
Brantley Poole '70 winner of realtor award J 29-33; Cropmen honor Jordan 
F 1-21; Reporter, architects get awards F 6-24; 

Students win art awards F 8-7; Prizes awarded in Cape Fear art 
exhibition F 9-3; Eden man honored as top boss F 13-18; Ail-American 
award goes to Lumberton Mr 4-40; 28 NC students win national scholarships 
Mr 5-3; Nixon lauds Hyde county farm family Mr 9-3; 7 in Triangle get 
Morehead awards Mr 10-20; 



AWARDS (Cont.) 

NC dairy farm family is portrait of good life in US Mr 11-51; Medal, 
resolution honor General Tolson's service Mr 12-3; School of public health 
announces art winners Mr 14-V,6; Handicapped citizen (Miss Cooley) selected 
Mr 15-10; NC salesman cited for heroic rescue Mr 17-6; Fine arts festival 
winners announced Mr 17-12; Syron wins woman of year award Mr 17-13; 

Citizens unit will present two awards (Broyhill, Fountain) Mr 18-7; 
State mother of the year stays young by being busy (Amaker) Mr 18-32; 
Mocksville paraplegic gets handicapped citizen honor Mr 19-36; Design 
School coed (Marion Scott) receives top award Mr 28-111,17; 

April named for state's poet laureate (Pearson) Mr 30-3; N & man 
(Hoover) gets school bell award Ap 2-34; Senger given service award in 
dairy work Ap 7-7; Painting wins artists' award Ap 13-3; Charlotte youth 
Daniels scholar Ap 22-3; Arts Council awards '71 magazine grants Ap 25-Iv,7; 
News photographer receive awards Ap 26-21; NC newspaper (Winston-Salem 
Journal . .) receives Pulitzer My 4-1; Tar Heel (Nobles) is honored for 
heroism My 16-4; Arts Council awards grants My 23- IV, 7; Rep. Chase gets 
child psychiatry council's award My 29-6; 2 Tar Heels among 7 to get highest 
medal Je 15-20; Prof. Giles honored Jl 5-22; 

Duke prof honored by foundation S 21-3; Five natives receive NC awards 
S 30-14; Top teacher chosen (Shipman) 16-5; Poetry winners named 17-5; 
Sports hall of fame picks 2 broadcasters 18-5; 2 named as recipients of 
1971 Grange awards 25-6; Grange names couple of year 27-23; 

Civil Rights attorney (Chambers) gets Graham award 30-18; Durham 
man (Rogers) named state's top teacher N 16-6; Self -helping communities vie 
for governor's award D 5-25; 
AWARDS 

see also 
CULTURE WEEK; categories, e.g. WRITERS AND WRITING; names of contests, e.g. 
H0LLERIN' CONTEST 
AZALEA FESTIVAL 

Festival opens Thursday Ap 14-3; No trouble forseen at festival Ap 15-3; 
Crowds at parade smaller than usual Ap 18-1; 
AZALEA FESTIVAL 
see also 
WILMINGTON 
BAD CHECKS 
see 
FRAUDS AND SWINDLING 
BALD HEAD ISLAND 

Owners 'serious' about Bald Head J 14-3; Sale slated J 21-7; Bald Head 
issue creeps into Assembly on film F 4-36; Decision due in March on pier 
F 5-3; Company defends pier on Bald Head F 6-3; Owners urge action by 
Assembly F 9-3; Conservation group wants island hearing F 17-3; 

Biologists, pier OK F 27-3; Bald Head may use electric vehicles Mr 12-32; 
What's real plan for Bald Head? Ap 3-4; Corps urged to ban pier Ap 8-3; 
Money key to acquisition of Bald Head Ap 9-1; Baugh opposes Bald Head plan 
Ap 10-5; Island development set for discussion Ap 13-3; Plea made for island 
development Ap 15-1; Details draw skepticism of legislators Ap 15-3; 

Horton to push to save Bald Head Ap 18-6; Public said vital to buy Bald 
Head Ap 20-24; Study said inadequate Ap 21-5; Horton asked to give state's 
view on island Ap 23-7; Committee to hear Scott version of issue Ap 27-5; 
Corps may say island for public Ap 28-1; Scott forces warn panel on develop- 
ment Ap 29-1; $5.5 million tax value voted for island Ap 30-1; 



BALD HEAD ISLAND (Cont.) 

Public will protect island anyway (ed.) Ap 30-4; Save Bald Head drive 
set My 1-6; Plan revealed to save island My 7-3; Statewide bond issue vote 
considered for Bald Head My 8-1; Measure urges island resort My 20-8; Union, 
garden clubs ask Bald Head action My 21-2; Tax value of island increased My 25-1; 

Bald Head eyed in hurricane bill My 29-6; Ecology called unique Je 3-32; 
Delegation backs bald head resort Je 17-6; Bill backing development OKd by 
panel Je 24-6; Bill seeks funds to acquire island Je 30-1; Senate bars 
Scott plan for island Jl 2-1; Senate opposes isle condemnation Jl 3-1; 

Scott hints at new strategy to buy Bald Head Jl 8-9; Island showdown 
may come today Jl 13-3; Bald Head round won by Governor Jl 14-1; Developer 
confident as battle rages Jl 19-8; Bald Head action by state unlikely Jl 29-3; 
Horton sees state ownership of island Ag 1-4; Laws don't bar plan for island 
Ag 5-3; US agencies eye Bald Head plans Ag 17-3; 

Conservation group planned to save island S 9-23; Pier plea decision 
due soon S 10-5; Money to aid Oak Island, but won't buy Bald Head 5-6; 
Owners reportedly accept deposits 9-5; Corps' word on Bald Head due N 17-7; 
Test well slated at Bald Head D 11-5; Pier decision expected D 17-5; 
BANKS AND BANKING 

No bargaining position (ed) J 24-IV,4; NC banks show gains in resources, 
branches F 2-13; Bill seeks revision of bank laws F 24-14; Small banks protest 
bill on check- hand ling fees Mr 4-3; Legislative banking committee members, 
a bank bias? Mr 28-4; House committee OKs elimination of check fee Ap 1-7; 

Ban on check charge clears Senate panel Ap 22-11; Bankers set meeting 
at Pinehurst My 2-IV,12; Bank personal property bill loses My 6-1; Local 
banks going after smaller loans My 9-IV,10; 360 days hath each year, according to 
some banks Je 21-6; Panel hears case on branch (First-Citizens) Jl 23-25; 

Lumbee bank gets US OK S8-3; 
BANKS AND BANKING 
see also 
INTEREST RATES 
BAPTISTS 

Form new area group Mr 28-8; Baptists deplore racial practices N 5-40; 
Split on immersion N 21-5; Immersion amendment rejected N 25-1; 
BEACHES 

Bogue Banks said losing fight on erosion J 31-4; Engineering report 
delays NC aid for Holden Beach Mr 24-16; Holden Beach erosion meet postponed 
Mr 27-3; Funds OKd for project: on erosion (Holden Beach) My 8-5; Panel OKs 
erosion bill on beaches My 28-7; House OKs bill on beach erosion Je 1-15; 

Our ' People-luttled' Tar Heel beaches Ag 15-IV,3; Ocean outracing 
erosion controls Ag 22-1; Coastal counties protect beaches D 22-5; 
BEACHES 

see also 
CONSERVATION 
BEAUFORT TECH 

Beaufort trustees, no proof Ag 18-3; 
BENSON 

Mule day fun draws thousands but few mules S 26-3; 
BIOGRAPHY 

Andrews, Wiley, ex-lawmaker, dies at 84 J 27-24; 

Arnold, Bill, UNC football player dies S 22-1; 

Arrington, Joel, 'gone f ishin' , reads the sign upon his door My 16-IV,3; 

Ascue, Mary bookstore manager ends long chapter in her life Ag 2-30; 



BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Austin, Louis E., struggled for 'truth unbridled* Ag 1-IV.3; 

Bailey, James H. Pou, "Here come da judge' 10-IV,3; 

Baker, John sworn to state job Jl 2-38; 

Baker, Lenox, named human resources department head 11-1; 

Bates, Carl, reelected Southern Baptist leader Je 2-3; 

Bates, Charles David, industrial school leader dies N 2-18; 

Bauer, Blythe, Cherokee ex-chief dies Je 1-15; 

Bearden, James, feisty ECU dean shuns ivory tower My 30-IV,3; 

Belk, Henry, collapses at ECU meet My 6-31; 

Bell, Mae Woods, curator for that 'sense of wonder' Jl 25-IV,3; 

Bello, Lou, on the tube now D 26-IV,3; 

Blackburn, Dr. John named new chancellor at Duke My 6-3; 

Bobbitt, William H. , a reverence for the law and a twinkle in the eye 

My 9-IV,3; 
Boone, Edgar, 'Hit the ground running' Je 20-IV,3; 
Bowers, Lawrence, logs 100,000 miles a year F 28-IV,3; 
Bowman, C. E., master engraver F 7-V,7; 
Brauer, John C, services set for ex-UNC dean Ap 13-7; 
Burris, Archie dead at 51 N 19-30; 

Busse, Dr. E. W., violence,, the elderly are his special concerns Mr 7-IV,3; 
Cannon, Charles A., textile leader dies Ap 3-1; 
Cannon, Dr. Thomas F., days filled with roses F 21-IV,3; 
Carlyle, Irving E», attorney succumbs Je 6-1; 
Carroll, Dudley Dwight, final rites set D 3-30; 
Champion, Dr. Larry S. names new head of department J 17-5; 
Cherry, Mildred Stafford, widow dies at 77 Ap 12-1; 
Chess, Sammie L. Jr. named to Superior Court N 5-1; 
Clayton, Ivie L resigns revenue position N 5-6; 
Collins, Tom, those not-so-golden years J 10-IV,3; 
Cook, Dr. John, NCSU professor dies Je 15-19; 
Coolidge, Warren Harding, a Yankee Doodle Dandy Je 13-IV,3; 
Cooper, Arthur Wells, ecological gadfly joins establishment My 2-IV,3; 
Crabtree, Beth, her story is history 31-IV,3; 
Davis, Archie K. , in currency and collards, his favorite color is green 

S 26-IV s 3; 
Davis, Ted, information officer dies J 12-8; 

Debnam, Ronald, hitting all the right musical notes J 10-V 9 2; 
Dombalis, John, on the menu, clam chowder and politics Mr 21-IV,3; 
Doughton, Robert, famous politician's home will be sold My 17-8; 
Douglas, Clarence, former NC official dies Jl 11-11,11; 
Dunn, Charles, the guy's for real My 23-lV,3; 

Emerson, Henry Everett, knows how to wage peace too Ag 22-IV,3; 
Epps, F. Eo, will head drug authority S 7-5; 
Evans, J. Holt, wildlife official dies N 12-29; 
Everett, R. 0. , attorney dies at 92 Ap 29-13; 

Fleishman, Joel, being „.. means never having to say you're bored 3-IV,3; 
Frank, Nyle, king and court cavort in Umstead My 10-28; 
Frye, Henry E„, state's first black representative . . . Ap 19-6; 
Fulton, Eileen, actress wed on mountain S 15-5; 
Gardner, Jim, peanut council head dies unexpectedly S 24-10; 
Gohdes, Dr. Clarence, literature scholar retiring from Duke Ag 15-4; 
Goodwin, Robert E„ new Raleigh police chief 5-28; 



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BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Griffith, Andy, replacing himself J 31-V,1; 

Gurganus, Edgar, election loser in middle of the action F 7-IV,3; 

Gwynn, J. Minor, memorial rites set J 18-18; 

Hall, Jane, N&O art editor dead at 59 S 26-14; 

Hanks, John, the art song in America S 26-V,4; 

Hargraves, Archie honored by Illinois Ag 5-58; 

Hargraves, Dr. J. Archie, selected by Shaw J 24-1; 

Harkins, Herschel, phrasemaker commands attention Je 27-4; 

Harmon, William, a private world J 10-IV,7; 

Harrington, Milton, future went up in smoke in '33 N 7-IV,3; 

Harris, Kathleen, Lady of the Lamp J 26-8; 

Hart, Donald J., St. Andrews' president S 12-III.,3; 

Harvey, Tony, stars in prize-winning movie 24-V,5; 

Hawks, Sterling N. Jr. bridging the gap between laboratory, tobacco 

farmer J 3-IV,3; 
Hayes, Marion, Raleigh community ambassador is Shaw assistant professor 

Je 22-24; 
Heath, Lenwood, project stymies teacher J 28-3; 
Henderson, William, mover and shaker of NC hospitals S 5-IV,3; 
Henkel, C. V., former Senator dies in Iredell Ap 16-29; 
Hinsdale, John, noted lawyer dies Ag 22-14; 

Hodges, Luther, still basically a salesman at heart Jl 11-9; 
Hodgson, Matthew, enthusiastic fisherman heads the UNC press Jl 18-IV,7; 
Husman, Dr. A„ A. dies at age 85 J 6-16; 
Inscoe, D. Staton, former postmaster dies J 7-1; 
Jackson, Walter, Cherokee chief dies Ap 28-23; 
Joesting, Joan, woman's changing self concept concern for NCSU professor 

D 9-25; 
Jones, G. Andrews, top revenue spot filled N 16-1; 
Jones, Garland, Wake Board's 'Eyes, ears and legs' Je 27-IV,3; 
Jones, W. Davis Jr., named general manager of N&O N 9-1; 
Jurgensen, Kai Olaf, UNC drama professor dies 21-18; 
Riser, Roger, assembly veteran dies F 16-7; 

Kizer, Carolyn, UNC poet thinks writing 'gets harder every year' Jl 25-IV,7; 
Knowles, J. C., he asks, how much am I offered? N ?1-IV,3; 
Koomen, Jacob reappointed health head S 25-17; 

Lee, Mollie, three libraries later, I'd do it all over again Ap 11-IV,3; 
Legates, Dr. J. E. to head NCSU agriculture school J 9-24; 
Leggett, Elaine, industrial hygenist J 8-1; 
Logan, Leonard G. joins state unit 14-5; 
Lynch, W. David, Mereditti music man Mr 21-V,4; 
McGinnis, Howard J,, past ECU officer dies Ag 27-27; 
McGlohon, Loonis, just follow that yellow brick road to Loonis' tunes 

17-IV,3; 
McLawhorn, prominent Pitt farmer dies J 29-33; 

McLeod, T. Bragg, if it's moveable, McLeod will haul it N 28-IV,3; 
Madison, Blaine M. will retire from post N 4-62; 

Martin, David H. , watercolor painting is physicist's hobby N 7-V,6; 
Martin, Joseph Roy of Greenville dies Mr 24-25; 
Martin, Perry, appointed judge N 3-7; 
Maupin, Armistead, a Southern gentleman, but Col. Sanders he is not 

Ag 29-IV.3; 



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BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Maxwell, Raymond C. funeral set for Monday J 24-12; 

Morgan, Esther leads child education Ap 4-111,8; 

Morrison, Fred, a 'whippersnapper' at the seat of power Jl 4-IV,3; 

Newell, Dr. Josephine, carries a pistol and heals the sick J 31-IV,3; 

Newton, Suzanne, where imagination rules over things Ag 12-27; 

Odom, Mary, Scotland County's 'Lady in the House' Ap 4-IV,3; 

Ottoway, Richard, out of the pulpit, and back into the world Je 6-IV,3; 

Page, Walter Hines, 'Star in Tar Heel firmament' S 26-IV,7; 

Patterson, Frank N., Senate President pro tern dies Ag 1-3; 

Patterson, Dr. Joseph, UNC doctor treated Vietnamese children Mr 28-111,16; 

Pleasants, Robert, 25 years in office and going strong D 13-5; 

Pratt, Vernon wins first place in judging of NG works of art D 2-68; 

Price, Margaret, the good librarian (ed.) S 8-4; 

Price, Reynolds, a glimpse in the private world of a novelist J 24-IV,l; 

Pye, A. Kenneth resigns as Duke chancellor My 5-3; 

Ransdell, W. G„ solicitor has 'made his bed hard' Ag 8-IV,3; 

Rawls, Joseph Leonard, he hurried on down to Hardees D 19-IV,3; 

Reitzel, John L. , other half of agriculture's team Ap 18-IV,3; 

Reynolds, Libby Holman is dead Je 22-1; 

Robbins, Harry, he picked up the ball and ran Ap 25-IV,3; 

Robinson, Frezell, 'We've got to keep faith in our young' Ag 1-IV,3; 

Rogers, James, NC teacher of the year N 21-4; 

Rouse, Frank, will try to a-rouse state's GOP D 5-IV,3; 

Royall, Kenneth dies at age 76 My 27-1; 

Royster, Vermont C. gets prof's role at UNC-CH J 7-33; 

Ruffner, Willis Everett, ex-consul, dies F 4-36; 

Scarborough, family gathers by acre Je 28-32; 

Schaub, Ira Obed, noted educator dies S 15-46; 

Senior, Dr. Robert, physician to a troubled generation Ag 15-IV,3; 

Sharp, Susie, name looms large for high court S 29-5; 

Simpson, Donald likes to keep work simple Ap 11-V,6; 

Snyder, J. Eugene, dies in Lexington N 29-10; 

Speight, J. Brantley, funeral set Tuesday 4-20; 

Stallings, Livingstone, progress through regional cooperation Mr 14-IV,3; 

Stephenson, J. William, church music with depth J 3-V,4; 

Stewart, Yank, out again, this time with a parole S 11-3; 

Styron, Charles, life has been just what the doctor ordered N 14-IV,3; 

Sutton, Frederick Isler, former Legislator succumbs J 25-16; 

Taylor, Archie, ex-solicitor dies My 1-5; 

Taylor, Ferebee, new chancellor at UNC D23-1; 

Taylor, Raymond Mason, 'the last of the Tar Heel Tories' Jl 11-IV,3; 

Thomas, Dr. Frank B. opens NC's gift from the sea Mr 28-IV,3; 

Thompson, Robert Love, newspaperman dies at home Je 16-27; 

Thornton, Jim, colorful entertainer dies Je 15-19; 

Tilman, Dr. Robert 0. announced as new dean Mr 13-24; 

Tischer, Alma, weaves wonders in her own home Ag 8-V,4; 

Trantman, W. H. , service to Wake F 14-IV,3; 

Wainwright, Loudon III, pop artist Chapel Hill native Je 20-V,4; 

Walker, Leroy, coach keeps his men on the right track S 19-IV,3; 

Ward, David L., former Speaker dies Je 19-18; 

Webb, Mrs, Alfreda, black woman picked to fill house seat D 12-4; 



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BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Weems, John E., Meredith College President 15-1; 

Wells, Hugh, watches over state's power brokers D 12-IV,3; 

Williams, David Marsholl honored by resolution at Legislature Mr 5-5; 

Williams, Joseph R. to head leaf organization Je 26-8; 

Wilson, Bob, ex-pilot runs disc firm D 19-IV,9; 

Winfield, Mrs. John, concerned about the farmer N 9-11; 

Wolfe, Fred, Tom's brother can, and does, go home again Jl 11-IV,7; 

Wolfe, Peter, NCSU musician went from physics to keyboard S 1-10; 

Wood, Winifred, mayor of Sunset Beach 24-IV,3; 

Woodhouse, Orville L. to head new wildlife office 16-5; 

Woodhouse, William Walton, Jr., specialist at holding back sea with 
grass J 17-IV,3; 

Woollcott, Philip, banker dies at 77 Jl 3-17; 

Young, Ronald W., retires, talks of changes D 24-15; 
BIRDS 

Getting lost was for the birds J 10-11,22; Plague of birds brings C&D 
visit J 12-3; Scotland Neck 'air. force 1 back N 13-5; Birds in Wayne might 
be asset N 25-1; 
BIRTH CONTROL 

Grant for family planning Ag 6-5; 
BLACK PANTHERS 

Police attack panther house (Winston-Salem) J 13-1; Theft a 'set up' 
to justify police attack J 16-3; Evicted by police (Winston-Salem) J 20-3; 
Winston-Salem Panthers get eviction order J 29-33; Eviction leaves 2 wounded 
F 11-3; High Point police hold four blacks F 12-33; 

Officer shooting hearing is set F 22-20; Tunnel found at Panthers* 
headquarters Mr 12-33; Judge OKs hearing of Panther suit Jl 7-3; Panther 
trial stalled S 23-3; Jury's racial makeup causes trial to end S 28-10; 
BLACK PANTHERS 
see also 
VIOLENCE 
BLACK STUDENT DEMANDS 

Wilmington blacks list grievances F 3-3; Two high schools get black 
protests F 13-18; 
BLACK STUDIES PROGRAMS 

Interest mild J 25-22; 
BLIND 

Audit finds misuse of commission funds J 9-5; Blind but don't know it? 
J 27-30; State's blind can get ID cards by writing My 12-28; 14 eyes see for 
law student My 16-7; Association names new head (Spencer) Je 6-7; Sightless 
teens learn fun and mobility Jl 24-9; Sightless boy 'sees' objects Ag 23-21; 

Blind unit head quits 17-5; NCSU studies behavior of blind N 7-6; 
Commission for blind authorizes agreements N 14-13; Eye surgeon heads blind 
commission N 30-7; 
BLUE LAWS 

Merchants bureau seeks countywide blue law J 20-21; Creeping justice (ed.) 
Mr 11-4; Thou shalt not dance Sundays in Wake Forest Ap 2-34; Blue law issue 
remains active Ap 4-6; Panel to study blue law for Wake Ap 6-30; Sunday 
ordinance change will be considered today Ap 19-3; 

Raleigh law change allows mobile home sales Ap 20-30; Raleighites planning 
Wake blue law stall Ap 29-64; Proposed Wake law action postponed to call public 
hearing My 4-30; State blue law sought in bill My 7-6; 



13 

BLUE LAWS (Cont.) 

Commissioners too hasty on blue law (ed„) My 8-4; Both sides speak out 
on blue law My 11-26; Religion a disguise for blue law issue My 16-IV,4; 
Blue law issue up to officials My 17-8; Proposed state blue law draws praise, 
criticism My 26-5; Panel sends blue law to Senate Je 4-6; 

Blue law action delayed Je 8-10; Exemptions OKd in blue law bill Je 11-5; 
Church opposes blue law bill Je 15-6; State blue law killed in Senate Je 16-1; 
Wake blue law bill chances still same Je 18-10; Blue law fate still a question 
Jl 3-24; Another course open on 'Blue Law' (ed.) Jl 5-4; Blue Law (Wake) is 
on agenda Jl 6-28; Aug. 2 new target date of Wake blue law vote Jl 7-32; 

Proposed Wake blue law appears headed for defeat Jl 10-24; Blue law 
petition may come forth Jl 14-30; Wake not expected to have blue law Jl 31-24; 
County commissioners kill proposed Wake blue law Ag 3-24; Raleigh has beer 
sales on Sundays Ag 7-24; Dunn bans beer sales on Sunday Ag 8-3; Date of law 
is key to Sunday beer sales Ag 11-1; 

Commissioners may knit blue law issue's wounds Ag 15-6; Beer, wine sales 
control allowed Ag 18-26; Sheriff puzzled over Sunday beer 26-19; Sunday 
beer sale hearing continued N 2-26; 
BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL 

Playmate of the year dazzles greeters My 21-3; Parade honors blueberry 
My 23-3; 
BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 

University pay funds push set J 16-5; 
BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 
see also 
EDUCATION, HIGHER 
BOOK REVIEWS 

Ammons, A. R., BRIEFINGS Mr 21-IV,6; 

Applewhite, James, VOICES FROM THE EARTH N 14- IV, 6; 

Athas, Daphne, ENTERING EPHESUS 10-IV,6; 

Barrax, Gerald, ANOTHER KIND OF RAIN Mr 14- IV, 6; 

Beaman, Joyce Proctor, BROKEN ACRES 24- IV, 7; 

Cannon, Elizabeth Roberts, MY BELOVED ZEBULON Ap 25-IV,6; 

Farnham, Emily, CHARLES DEMUTH: BEHIND A LAUGHING MASK Ag 15-IV,6; 

Kizer, Carolyn, MIDNIGHT WAS MY CRY D 19-IV.6; 

Knowles, John, THE PARAGON Ap 11- IV, 6; 

McMillan, Mary Lee and Ruth Jones, MAKE YOUR OWN MERRY CHRISTMAS N 28-IV,6; 

Merritt, Babel C, CAROLINA IN THE MORNING, 24- IV, 7; 

Morrison, Joseph L. , BIOGRAPHY OF 0. MAX GARDNER Mr 14-IV.6; 

NC Board of Conservation and Development, 0CEAN0GRAPHIC ATLAS OF THE NC 
CONTINENTAL MARGIN Je 27-IV,3; 

Powell, William S. et al, 100 YEARS 100 MEN My 2-IV.ll; 

Pearson, James Larkin, MY FINGERS AND MY TOES S 5-IV,8; 

Roscow, Robert, ed., LATENT IMAGE Je 27-IV,6; 

Stein, Allen and Tom Walters, SOUTHERN EXPERIENCE IN SHORT FICTION Ap 25-IV,6; 

Stem, Thad, ENTRIES FROM OXFORD S 12-111,6; 

Trelease, Allen, WHITE TERROR Je 13-IV,6; 

Tucker, Helen, THE GUILT OF AUGUST FIELDING Ag 1-IV,6; 

Ulmann, Doris, THE APPALACHIAN PHOTOGRAPHS OF DORIS ULMAN Ag 15-IV,6; 

Whedbee, Charles, FLAMING SHIP OF OCRACOKE 3-IV s 6; 

Whisnant, Charleen and Robert Grey, ELEVEN CHARLOTTE POETS Je 20-IV,6; 

Williams, Jonathan, BLUES AND ROOTS, RUE AND BLUETS Ag 22-IV,4; 



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BOYCOTTS 
see 
DEMONSTRATIONS 
BRIBERY 

Ex-convict's wife says Barbour got gift in 1970 Mr 23-1; Barbour took 
tainted money (ed.) Mr 23-4; Scott, no impropriety in inmate's permit case 
Mr 23-8; Barbour can't recall date of ex-convict's donation Mr 24-1; One 
paroles board member did it (ed.) Mr 24-4; 

Scott says error made by Barbour Mr 25-1; Democrats mull return of 
donation Mr 26-1; Solicitors studying Castleberry money Ap 3-24; Solicitor 
gets report in Castleberry case Ap 8-51; Party donation jury probe set Ap 28-1; 
Upholding ethics is Scott's job (ed.) Ap 29-4; 

Castleberry gift reportedly $1,000 Ap 30-40; Party gift report said 
inaccurate My 1-6; Jury set to summon witnesses (Castleberry) My 28-3; 
Paroles board members called in Barbour case Je 5-3; No charges here in 
Barbour case Je 11-1; Ethics violated, if not state law (ed.) Je 13-IV,4; 

Testimony begins in gift case Je 16-3; Grand Jury finds Barbour 
innocent Je 18-1; Johnson offers $500 to Democratic Party Jl 3-24; Money 
returned to Castleberry Jl 23-1; Money is back where it belongs (ed.) Jl 24-4; 
BRIBERY 

see also 
FRAUDS AND SWINDLING 
BRICK AND TILE 

Brickmaker links nations Ag 22-6; Brickmaker (George Black) will teach 
in Guyana J 25-1; 
BRIDGES 

Bogue Sound bridge open but ferries still running My 7-3; Scott dedicates 
Bogue Sound bridge Ag 25-5; Wooden bridge to be closed (Banks Channel) S 3-5; 
Barge knocks out Oak Island bridge S 8-1; Ferry provided for Oak Island S 9-6; 
Isolated Oak Islanders manage to bridge problems S 11-3; 

Oak Island bridge due by Nov. 1 S 16-3; State assures Oak Island its 
problems not ignored S 23-20; Money to aid Oak Island 5-6; Highway board 
approves new Oak Island bridge 8-5; Oak islanders get new bridge 9-5; 
Banks channel bridge is coming down N 4-5; US funds may pay for bridge (Oak 
Island) N 5-1; 
BRIDGES 

see also 
FERRIES 
BROWN BAGGING 

Limits sought F 11-8; Move would curb brown bag hours Mr 17-5; Brown 
bag bill in subcommittee Mr 18-6; Brown bagging said danger Mr 25-9; 
BROWN BAGGING 
see also 
ABC; ALCOHOL; LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 
BROWN LUNG DISEASE 
see 
AIR POLLUTION 
BUDGET 

State budget 1971-73 J 14-1; $141 million credit balance J 17-IV,3; 
Scott says budget proposals put services over salaries J 22-1; Text of Governor's 
budget message J 22-6; Small surplus seen in revenue coffers My 7-7; Scott 
ponders bond vote on priority items My 12-1; 



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BUDGET (Cont.) 

'Moment of truth' for lawmakers My 23-IV,3; Closeted panel hacks at 
budget Je 3-11; Budget plan out of panel Je 23-1; Extra budget request 
ceiling proposed Je 23-6; Committee approval sends budget to House, Senate 
for final action Je 25-6; Proposed budget approved by Senate Je 26-3; 

$4o3 billion budget clears NC House Je 30-1; Budget approved by 
legislature Jl 1-57; New budget is a $4.3 billion record Jl 18-IV,2; State 
budget prospects brighter (ed.) D 20-4; 
BUSES 
see 
SCHOOL BUSES; TRANSIT SYSTEMS 
BUSINESS 
see 
COMMERCE; CREDIT; ECONOMIC CONDITIONS; LABOR; TRADE PRACTICES AND 

MONOPOLIES o Business, industry and trade names, geog. headings 
CAMPAIGNS 
see 
CANDIDATES; ELECTIONS; PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS; POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 
CAMPBELL COLLEGE 

To get senior ROTC J 19-3; Students await fate at Campbell My 23-3; 
CANDIDATES 

Expense filing gets panel study F 19-6; Bill would weaken financial 
disclosure act Mr 28-IV,5; Campaign report bill advances Ap 2-6; 18 vie 
for council posts, candidates review issues Ap 7-28; Campaign reporting 
bill sent back to committee Ap 9-6; 

Judge says candidate here can't withdraw warrants My 7-42; Campaign 
costs must be curbed (ed.) Je 23-4; Doctor-businessman (Grace) announces 
for Senate Je 30-5; Holshouser woos Indians' support, Jl 4-5; Barbee to 
seek the No. 2 spot Jl 10-3; Senate hopeful (Grace) picks western campaign 
head Ag 1-4; Lincolnton MD (Gamble) to oppose Sen Jordan Ag 3-3; 

Akins discusses platform for NC House contest Ag 3-24; Galifianakis 
picks aide Ag 11-21; Sowers' campaign encouraged Ag 13-3; Poll shows 
Taylor is favored nominee Ag 16-3; Morton clarifies views on busing Ag 22-4; 
Morton hits Morgan on business issue Ag 29-12; 

Surgeon (Gamble) announces for Senate contest Ag 31-3; Morton jabs at 
Taylor, Morgan S 2-3; Morton, Bowles likely in race S 8-1; Attorney General 
race has 2 hopeful Senators S 8-5; Coggins seeks seat in Congress S 10-1; 
Bowles to throw hat in ring 4-3; Bowles enters Governor's race 5-1; 

Wilson lawyer Jim Hunt in race for no. 2 post 5-3; Bowles wades into 
issues 6-5; Hawkins plans to enter race 8-7; Pat Taylor enters race, 
expects runoff balloting 12-1; Sen Joyner plans Lt Gov race 15-5; 
Galifianakis, Jordan prepare for battle 17-4; Taylor won't resign job for 
race but Bowles will N 1-1; Bowles, Parker resign posts N 2-7; 

George Belk to race for Lanier spot N 9-5; Surgeon (Gamble) drops 
senate race N 9-6; Hawkins enters governor's race N 11-1; Jim Holshouser 
to seek post N 16-1; Grace quits Senate race N 17-6; McMillan to run in 4th 
district N 20-1; Gardner ponders governor's race N 20-1; Attorney (Booe) 
enters race for senate N 21-7; 

Knightdale democrat (Bullock) files for house seat N 24-5; Phil Godwin 
decides against state race N 25-35; Andrews joins race for house D 2-1; 
Morton in race for governor D 2-1; Teacher (Dickson) files for governorship 
D 7-10; Sowers becomes official candidate D 10-10; Employe (Secrest) to run 
for Lanier job D 17-7; Thad Eure pays fee to seek reelection D 22-6; 



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CANDIDATES (Cont.) 

State Sen. Killian not to seek term D 29-22; McGeachy pays file fee for 
US seat D 31-5; 
CANDIDATES 
see also 
BIOGRAPHY; CONGRESSMEN; ELECTIONS; LEGISLATORS; POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 
CAPE LOOKOUT NATIONAL SEASHORE 

Agreement on 228 more acres needed. Political maneuver could hasten park 
J 8-3; New chief (Roberts) confirmed J 10-8; Superintendent (Barbee) named 
J 28-38; NC to acquire Seashore land My 13-3; State buys church property 
on Portsmouth Ag 27-7; Cape Lookout plans favor ecology D 8-5; 
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 

New strategy prepared (Dome) F 3-1; Group opposing death penalty votes 
to back penal reform F 17-9; Backers ready anti-execution bill Mr 8-3; 
Death penalty bills offered Mr 10-6; Execution abolition is argued Ap 9-6; 
Death penalty's end OKd by House panel Ap 16-7; 

Nineteen house votes kill capital punishment repeal Ap 22-1; Immediate 
executions not slated My 4-6; Supreme Court ruling overturns prisoners' 
hope My 4-8; Under 16 death bill rejected My 19-5; God's law or a violation? 
(ed.) Je 5-4; Fate of death row inmates undetermined Je 30-3; 

Fate of 6 on death row up to State High Court Jl 19-5; Guilty plea proviso 
killed Jl 22-8; Death penalties set aside for six North Carolinians Jl 27-5; 
Death row inmate given life terms Ag 10-3; Sentences changed by court S 8-1; 
Scott awaits high court ruling on legality of death punishment D 8-5; 
CAPITOL 

State capitol to be renovated N 27-1; 
CAROLINA BEACH 

Petition won't get mayor's resignation Jl 29-9; 
CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT 
see 
ELECTRIC POWER; PUBLIC UTILITIES 
CAROLINA TEL AND TEL 
see 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 
CARTERET TECH 

Move blocked by double vote J 23-3; 
CARY 

Centennial section Ap 18 
CENSORSHIP 

Greenville book store raided J 17-14; Assembly gets proposal to revise 
obscenity law J 21-3; Law on obscene films said void J 22-3; Enloe warns on 
obscenity measure J 27-6; The 'far out* censors (ed.) J 28-4; Obscenity law 
on shaky ground J 31-1; Obscenity law stumbles as new ones considered J 31-4; 

Rutherford case is dismissed F 4-36; Sex book dealers support measure 
F 17-6; Obscenity bill debated during House committee hearing F 25-11; 
Bill would cover up open air theater sex Mr 10-1; Sex and traffic, where to 
stop? Mr 14-IV,3; Charlotte Chamber to check on 'smut' Mr 17-10; 

State appeals ruling on Charlotte club Mr 19-28; Obscenity bill gets 
Senate panel OK Mr 31-6; Senate OKs obscenity bill Ap 1-8; Judge rules film 
obscene, man sentenced Ap 10-16; Study on obscenity released in Charlotte 
Ap 10-16; A liberal's surprising re-evaluation of an explosive American 
social dilemma Ap ll-IV,l;Tar Heel situation confused Ap 11-IV,7; 



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CENSORSHIP (Cont.) 

Panel gets views on obscenity Ap 21-5; Court reinstates obscenity laws 
Ap 30-1; Cracksown waiting on smut flow My 1-3; Charlotte's nudity law 
challenged My 12-7; Obscenity measure advances My 14-8; Obscenity bill 
wins tentative House OK My 15-3; 'Adults-only' book stores raided My 19-1; 

Obscenity bill enacted, enforcement promised My 19-3; Scott warns 
about laws aimed at college papers My 22-24; Charlotte stripper convicted 
My 23-14; Civic groups protest films at Whiteville My 27-39; Go-go dancers 
tried here My 27-48; Obscenity ruling waits so the judge can read My 27-48; 

Exposure bill strengthened in committee Je 2-7; Judge orders 'obscene 9 
items held in case Je 3-3; NC obscenity lax-} could lead to crucial ruling 
Je 5-3; Dancer convicted of lewdness Je 10-53; Obscenity law goes into 
effect Jl 1-23; Book sellers face charges Ag 8-3; The "art house" bonanza 
S 19-1V,1; Exposure law appeal planned in Orange S 24-14; 

Obscenity test case ends in conviction 15-14; Bookstore operators' 
plea dismissed by appeals court 21-34; Judge to decide on 'Hair' (Charlotte) 
N 3-6; 'Hair* performance is ordered by judge N 10-5; Drive-in movie ban 
restrained D 3-31; 
CENSORSHIP 
see also 
NEWSPAPERS; TEXTBOOKS; TOPLESS ATTIRE 
CENSUS 

NC growth in 60s almost all white F 27-24; Population of rural area 
doubled in 5 years (Nash) Mr 1-19; Cities state's lack of plumbing Mr 8-1; 
State's aged on increase Ap 7-3; 
CHAPEL HILL 

Buildings firebombed Mr 27-3; Flower ladies endangered by new law 
Je 26-24; Vendor ban protested Jl 2-3; Chapel Hill board adopts new budget 
Jl 28-6; Only thing missing is the serpent (love botique) D 5-IV,3; 
CHARITY 
see 
FOUNDATIONS 
CHARLOTTE 

Disorder hurts 12 28-5; 
CHILD ABUSE 

Child abuse bill Ap 2-6; House approves child abuse bill Je 10-19; 
Father charged with assault on minor son Ag 11-5; Beaten child in Charlotte 
'satisfactory' Ag 20-8; Spectre of 'the battered child' D 5-IV,I; 
CHILD CARE CENTERS 
see 
DAY CARE CENTERS 
CHILDREN AND YOUTH 

Youth commission is goal F 13-5; Scott optimistic on child advocacy Ap 6-6; 
Times change at Chiidrens' home Ap 13-3; Mrs. Blades cites needs for state child 
advocacy bill Ap 30-17; Assembly OKs 18 year old contract age Je 17-11; Thumb 
now passport for youth Jl 11-1; 

Senate gives nod to bill to limit citizens under 21 Jl 15-18; Adulthood 
law delay gets backing Jl 16-3; Senate rejects plea for adulthood recall 
Jl 17-3; Senate panel gets minors bill Jl 21-6; NC 18-to-20-year-olds to 
join the establishment Jl 22-6; 18-year-old 9 s rights, who knows? Jl 25-8; 
Mill opens center for children (Williams ton) Ag 14-3; 



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CHILDREN AND YOUTH (Cont.) 

Adult age limit poses problems Ag 16-28; Black market adoption ring is 
probed Ag 19-1; Adoption mystery man confounds social agency Ag 20-5; 18-21 
year olds eligible for juries after Jan 1 4-3; Youths sue over dress, hair 
bias (Charlotte) N 6-6; 
CHILDREN AND YOUTH 
see also 
VOTER REGISTRATION 
CIGARETTES 
see 
TOBACCO 
CITIES AND TOWNS 
see 
URBAN AREAS 
CITY EMPLOYEES 
see 
LABOR; LABOR UNIONS; names of cities 
CITY PLANNING AND REGIONAL PLANNING 

Tarboro to rezone center site J 13-1; Wake growth plan floats in limbo 
F 8-3; Wake commissioners plan hearing on trailer park F 28-5; Wake faces 
mobile home development problem Mr 14-4; Cumberland solons clash but annex 
bill advances Mr 18-8; Comprehensive plan idea to be revived in Wake Ap 22-7; 

Former planner discusses Raleigh future, problems Ap 26-6; NC projects 
up for funding My 11-7; Area economy study almost completed Je 22-24; 
Meetings accent regional concept Je 27-6; Regional commissions bill signed 
into law by Nixon Ag 6-6; Scott to seek action on coastal problems Ag 24-1; 

Subdivision regulations can truly aid property buyers S 6-8; Southern 
state officials meet to discuss regional planning 4-1; Computer takes aim 
at cities N 8-1; 
CIVIL DEFENSE 

CD, sentry or worry-wart? My 23-IV,l; 
CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 

State CLU backs female rights Mr 21-4; 
COASTAL PLAINS REGIONAL COMM 

Commission cites prosperity key F 9-1; Scott fights, Steele OKs 
dropping commission F 9-3; Keep area programs, Scott says F 20-1; Industry 
to aid coastal planning My 11-7; 
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 
see 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 
COLUMBUS CO. 

Commissioners call for tax funds audit Je 15-3; 
COMMERCE 

Increased China trade could aid Tar Heels My 2-11,12; Foreign markets 
important to NC trade My 16-IV,10; State moves to organize first China trade 
mission Je 11-1; Bright prospects seen for NC-Red China trade Je 20-12; NC 
trade mission to China uncertain Jl 23-29; 
COMMUNITY COLLEGES 

Community colleges favor status quo (Bd. of educ.) J 23-6; Colleges 
warned on cut in budget F 26-6; System praised by Congressmen Mr 4-7; 
Community colleges not part of request Mr 21-12; Community colleges 
accredited My 7-3; Enrollment up 40% Je 8-3; 

2-year colleges said key need 7-45; Colleges set data system 7-58; 
Candidates laud two-year colleges D 3-16; Local voice said need of colleges 
D 3-16; Community college unit to change D 11-7; Community colleges could 
change (ed.) D 14-4; 25,000 are enrolled D 27-5; 



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CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
see 
ETHICS CODE 
CONGRESSMEN 

Tar Heel roll call J 3-10; Splits and images mark 91st NC delegation 
J 10-7; Ervin, Preyer more consistent than average Republican (Dome) F 1-1; 
Nick has alternative to revenue sharing Ag 26-7; Jonas announces plans to 
retire at end of term 5-6; NC votes in Congress N 7-4; 

NC roll call votes N 14-9; Tar Heel roll calls N 21-7; NC votes in 
Congress D 5-6; NC votes in Congress D 12-5; Lennon will not seek reelection 
D 16-1; 
CONSERVATION 

State action on land is suggested J 20-3; Plan would speed estuaries 
report J 21-44; Dike plan for Manteo discussed F 18-9; Dangers to coast 
cited By Morgan F 28-3; Marine resources bait fisheries panel Mr 10-6; 
Court upholds condemned land Mr 11-51; 

Hint of oil refinery causes dismay on coast Mr 15-1; Oil firm reports 
probed by officials in Brunswick Mr 16-1; C&D chief makes refinery pledge 
Mr 18-3} CP&L ordered to cease dredging in Catfish Creek Mr 19-1; CP&L 
seeks permit to close creek Mr 20-3; 

Fish club head hits CP&L on Catfish Creek request Mr 23-3; Eno River 
is center of dispute between Durham, conservationists Mr 24-3; Decision on 
creek hearing due Mr 31-3; Erosion project awaiting decision Ap 2-3; 'Off 
limits 1 signs asked for Dismal Swamp Ap 3-3; Time extended for pleas on 
Catfish Creek Ap 3-3; State ownership cited in Catfish Creek dispute Ap 6-3; 

Morgan says Assembly has waterway authority Ap 14-1; Resolution jars 
watershed head Ap 14-26; Report awaited on creek closing Ap 22-3; Anti-silt 
measures outlined Ap 22-7; Spirits high at Eno River shindig Ap 26-6; CP&L 
plan deserves support (ed.) Ap 27-4; 

Wake watershed unit seeks larger flood control lakes Ap 27-28; Save 
mountain from miners ie council's hope My 8-17; Conservationists back Scott's 
C&D proposal My 10-6; Fish club satisfied by CP&L My 25-1; Bill pushing 
CP&L lake introduced My 27-48; Catfish Creek bill enacted by House My 28-6; 

Flood control lake contract signing set Je 3-3; Water, air conflict 
bill softened Je 10-19; Soil erosion measure introduced Jl 7-8; Sea turtle 
still target of bullets Jl 10-3; Bill passes amid flowery debate Jl 14-3; 
Dredging law change meeting opposition Jl 17-3; Dredging bill advances Jl 20-3; 

Phelps Lake's shrinking concerns state Jl 23-3; Crabtree flood control 
work resumes Jl 29-19; C&D rule change sought to save shrinking lake Jl 30-5; 
C&D unit suggests study on aid for Phelps Lake Jl 31-3; Dismal Swamp bill 
introducGd Ag 6-26; Phelps Lake solution is not open and shut Ag 8-IV,3; 
Dismal swamp in peril, but help is on the way 3 -IV, 2; 
CONSERVATION 
see also 
AIRPORTS; BEACHES; CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT; ENVIRONMENT 
CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT 

Small business agency proposed b}» Sowers J 28-3; Environmentalist 
(Cooper) new C&D deputy Ap 2-34; Cooper joins State Department My 2-IV,3; 
State help on trees continued by panel My 27-48; C&D chief asks reprieve for 
offices on industry My 29-5; 
CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT 
see (after Ag. 4) 
NATURAL AND ECONOMIC RESOURCES 



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CONSTITUTION 

Simple, but significant (ed. environment amendment) F 6-4; Ruling 
reversed on riot statute Je 23-3; New NC constitution goes into force Jl 1-3; 
CONSTITUTION 
see also 
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT; STATE GOVERNMENT 
CONSUMER PROTECTION 

Plumbing salesmen investigated J 16-6; Consumer bill would set credit 
sale guides J 24-5; Grain facility closing has repercussions J 27-3; Bill 
seeks stronger car bumpers J 27-5; Restraining order aims at builder J 29-40; 
Bills would bar sale of name list F 4-6; Legislation proposed in house F 6-6; 

Farmers warned on corn F 17-3; Attorney General's office probes seed 
corn charges F 20-3; Seed firm could lose sales license F 25-9; Chinchilla 
complaint filed F 27-3; Klik Klaks said threat to the eyes F 27-24; Women's 
scarves called dangerous F 27-24; Farmers testify on seed Mr 6-3; 

Decision delayed in corn seed sale Mr 7-3; NC Bar report assails 
consumer protection bill Mr 11-46; Consumer bill's sponsor replies to attack 
Mr 12-8; Bar president says criticism endorsed Mr 13-3; Special vs public 
interest (ed ) Mr 14-IV,4: Court halts ovenware salesmen Mr 16-24; 

Bill called bad for business Mr 19-1; Witnesses, help consumer in 
struggle with seller Mr 25-6; Morgan backs consumer bill Mr 26-1; Morgan 
documents need for Clark bill (ed.) Mr 28-IV,4; Seed company's license 
revoked Mr 30-1; Judge sets aside seed firm ruling Mr 31-3; 

Consumer bill study under way Ap 1-7; Opponent of consumer bill 
apologizes for his attack (Clontz) Ap 2-1; Businessman to end deceptive 
advertising Ap 4-3; Lawyer's apology is much in order (ed.) Ap 4-IV,4; 
Seed firm may sell in state Ap 6-1; Profs back consumer protection Ap 14-1; 

Flammable glass frames banned by law Ap 24-5; Area credit users ignore 
new law Ap 27-6; Lanier hits credit insurance 'racket' Ap 27-7; House unit 
to push consumer measure Ap 29-30; Consumers need expert spokesmen at utility 
regulation hearings (Morgan) My 2-IV,5; Bright lights and loneliness My 2-V,l; 

Seed firm's license revoked permanently My 4-6; Panel OKs protection on sales 
My 7-8; Fountain, reluctant force on safety of foods, drugs My 8-3; Corn 
shortage causes indictment My 12-3; Consumers' bill (banks) gets close study 
My 13-11; Name lists' sale debated My 15-5; 

Proposed seed law amendment seeks plainer hybrid designation My 16-5; 
Clark bill bogged down too long (ed,,) My 20-4; Action seen My 20-8; Food 
protection bill proposed My 21-12; Agency pledges no more tampering with 
mileage My 22-3; Drug suit spawns legal monster My 26-1; 

State list sales ought to cease (ed.) My 26-4; Unit pricing creeps into 
Raleigh without fanfare My 26-12; Drug suit gets down to business My 27-3; 
Vote due today on consumer bill My 27-7; Buyer protection measure clears 
House committee My 28-5; Credit code bill delayed by panel My 29-6; 

NC drug suit could be history-making My 30-12; Consumer bill gets House 
OK Je 2-1; Seed label bill gets Senate OK Je 3-7; 'Magic question' men are 
ordered to court Je 3-54; Buyer protection up to the Senate (ed.) Je 4-4; 
Senate panel rejects ban on sale of names Je 5-17; 

Trick treats bill gets Senate nod Je 9-6; Consumer bill approval seen 
Je 10-17; Sales firm (Ashcraft) operation leads to warning Je 10-53; Clark's 
bill deserves prompt action (ed.) Je 11-4; Worm probe said danger to folks 
Je 12-3; Contest blank could mean big mail-order headache Je 14-1; Bank 
endorses consumer bill Je 15-3; 



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CONSUMER PROTECTION (Cont.) 

'Miracle' hair product ordered off the shelves Je 15-26; Home finance 
exemption in consumer bill argued Je 17-10; Media bills are offered in 
Assembly Je 18-6; Seed law tightened Je 19-18; Senate to get consumer 
protection bill Je 24-5; Warranty action delayed Je 25-7; 

Credit card bills opposed Jl 2-6; Tar Heels warned on sales plan Jl 5-9; 
Paint remover type declared dangerous Jl 7-3; Senate OKs measure to regulate 
credit sales Jl 7-8; Inspectors seeking Bon Vivant products Jl 14-18; Consumer 
protection defended by Morgan Jl 15-3; Pyramid schemes illegal Jl 15-20; 

Some progress made on new consumer legislation Jl 18-IV,3; Photo, ad deals 
warned against Ag 3-5; Lawbook ad inquiry may be broadened Ag 8-3; State 
charges fraud against meat store Ag 14-24; Kornegay hits overprotection of 
consumer Ag 21-24; Morgan, drug suit marks new era in consumerism Ag 22-5; 
Wake county sells names, information list for $1,941 S 4-16; NC drug 
suit trial postponed S 10-5; State investigating free burial offer S 16-48; 
9 firms accused in suit (plumbing fixtures) S 23-1; Soliciting clergyman 
violates NC law 13-26; More junk mail with the state's help (ed.) 14-4; 

Bondsmen are served with order on funds 22-5; Suit seeks to limit firm's 
(cemetery) deals 23-5; Retail credit bureaus, you vs. 'big brother'? 24-IV,l; 
Court action halts firm's (cemetery) stock sales N 4-15; Employe testifies in 
fraud trial (grain) N 9-5; Grain receipt discrepancy testified N 10-5; 

Jury to deliberate grain storage case N 11-5; Man charged with pyramid 
scheme N 11-8; Prison term set in grain case N 12-5; Douglas OKs ad change 
for school N 17-21; Surplus firm's techniques hit D 18-5; Morgan to probe 
gasoline pricing D 24-5; NC buyers' rights law to take effect D 27-7; 
CONSUMER PROTECTION 
see also 
MORGAN, ROBERT 
CORONERS 
see 
MEDICAL EXAMINERS 
CORRECTION COMMISSION 

Panel member questions unit's function D 17-7; 
CORRECTION DEPARTMENT 

Budget asks more money for correctional reform J 16-6; 
CORRECTION DEPARTMENT { 

see also 
PRISONS AND PRISONERS 
COUNCIL OF STATE 

Council gets pay hikes Jl 16-7; 
COUNCIL OF STATE 
see also 
STATE OFFICIALS 
COUNTIES 

Ranking of counties (revenue) Jl 25-6; 
COUNTY GOVERNMENT 

It's back to school time for commissioners J 12-3; Consolidation vote 
nears in Charlotte, Mecklenburg F 21-6; 
COURTS 

Solicitor locked out of office (Marshall) J 7-12; Judiciary pay hikes 
proposed J 14-10; 'Merit plan' for choosing judges to be introduced in both 
houses J 27=6; Judicial selection bills introduced J 28-8; Bill seeks district 
vote on Superior Court judges J 30-7; Better selection plan for judges (ed.) 
J 31-IV,4; No guns for judges, bill says Mr 5-5; 



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COURTS (Cont.) 

Pistol-packing judges (ed.) Mr 6-4; Judges' pistol-packing bill killed 
Mr 10-1; NC district judges adopt code of ethics My 2-11,12; Judge asked to 
withdraw from draft induction case My 6-1; Bail bondsmen fear bill would end 
their business My 7-8; Judge transfers draft suit My 11-1; 

House okays judges bill My 26-5; Judges' age limit OKd My 27-7; Judges 
bill loses case in House Je 9-6; Transfer order revised by judge (Craven) 
Je 20-3; Craven says judiciary weakest Jl 1-56; NC not immune to court 
burden Jl 11-3; State High Court may get papers Jl 25-9; 

Mecklenburg rules against night courts Ag 8-13; The court of first 
resort (district courts) Ag 15-IV,1; Forsyth courtroom empty after ruling 
S 30-38; Solicitors told be more careful 14-25; Harnett seeks $20,000 in 
bond forfeits 20-5; Bondsmen are served with order on funds 22-5; 

Misconduct charge filed against official (Armour) 23-5; Tar Heel 
judges apply US law (ed.) 26-4; Court rules out confession 28-12; 
Justice Lake, critic at a distance (ed.) N 9-4; Focus of misconduct trial 
shifts to Cumberland Court clerk's office N 9-5; Magistrate admits use of 
hearsay N 10-1; Judge order magistrate (Armour) removed N 11-1; 

Many other cases 'taken care of (ed.) N 12-4; Legal action awaits 
added information N 12-30; Cumberland bar asks probes N 13-5; Drunken 
driving case to get new Cumberland court hearing N 27-5; Black judge (Chess) 
to begin duties D 5-5; Court rejects contempt ruling D 16-10; US court 
panel upholds statewide voting on judges D 31-1; 
COURTS 

see also 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS; JURIES AND JURY DUTY 
CRABTREE PROJECT 

Has third concrete problem Ag 11-7; Concrete ordered torn out Ag 20-34; 
Watershed panel members submit resignations N 13-28; 
CREDIT 

New wrinkle, buy now, pay later F 14-IV,10; Retail credit bureaus, you 
vs. 'big brother'? 24-IV,l; 
CREDIT UNIONS 

NC credit unions have gain in assets S 1-25; 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS 

Changes proposed in NC criminal law J 9-1; Bill aims arms ban at felons 
J 23-6; Feiole fugitive (Stevens) is sought F 24-24; Figures show crime 
boost in major Tar Heel cities Mr 29-3; Outlaw Thacker captured Je 4-1; 
Felon citizenship bill gets House approval Jl 8-9; 

Council to study organized crime Jl 14-18; Citizenship law OKd Jl 15-20; 
Former outlaw files complaint against officer Jl 30-10; Charlotte policeman, 
hands tied S 1-34; Crimes increase in NC„ Charlotte murder rate top S 1-34; 
Yank Stewart's out again, this time with a parole S 11-3; 
State plan drawn on offender needs 4-20; Indigent law shift proposed 22-1; 

Sen. Bailey backs law on indigents 23-1; Probation results called good 
news 30-7; Students advise at halfway house (Chapel Hill) D 4-5; FBI: 
Raleigh crime shows mixed pattern D 30-5; 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS 
see also 
COURTS; JUVENILE CORRECTION 
CULTURE 

Kennedy center down to business Jl 11-V,4; 



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CULTURE WEEK 

Culture week set to begin here N 28-5; Blackmer cited for gift to arts 
D 1-34; Cultural enrichment in NC lauded D 1-34; Durham artist (Pratt) wins 
first place D 2-68; Museums award presented to Mrs. Joyce E. Jordan D 3-30; 
Daniels, Ehle winners of top literary awards D 4-1; Culture Week ends in 
Raleigh D 5-5; 
DAY CARE CENTERS 

Concrol again is prompting debate J 24-4; 2d day care bill offered J 29-3; 
Senate gets third bill F 12-6; Babies to get their day in state house politics 
F 17-5; Day care licensing endorsed F 18-7; Day care licensing gets nod My 26-5; 
House tentatively backs licensing bill Je 4-6; 

House OKs day care licensing Je 9-6; Day care tax goes down, up Jl 2-5; 
Senate gives preliminary approval to day care licensing bill Jl 7-8; Senate 
gives final OK to day care license bill Jl 8-11; Day care licensing enacted 
by House Jl 9-6; Industry sets pace in child care S 12-111,1; 
DEAF 

School for deaf asked F 5-6; School proposed by measure F 12-6; Deaf 
ear turned to own board (NC State Hearing Aid Dealers ...) Mr 13-1; 
DEATHS 
see 
BIOGRAPHY 
DEBS 

Debutantes will not drink tea at executive mansion in '71 My 24-11; 
Terpsichoreans choose 1971 debutantes Jl 11-111,1; 194 debutantes bow to 
society S 11-1; 
DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

Pick district chiefs F 5-6; NC Democrats honor Simmons F 25-5; Boggs 
to address Democratic fete Mr 6-3; Boggs, NC a key state Mr 7-1; NC Democrats 
said ultraliberal Ap 24-3; Simmons answers teenager Je 14-3; Hopefuls show 
no in-fighting at Asheville gathering 24-1; 
DEMOCRATIC PARTY 
see also 
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 
DEMONSTRATIONS 

Bladen blacks plan boycott F 2-3; 400 march on building in protest 
(Wilmington) F 4-3; March held by blacks in Ahoskie Mr 6-3; Blacks picket 
supermarket, Elizabeth City Mr 9-12; Group still picketing at food stores 
Mr 12-33; Civil Rights supporters plan march Mr 16-5; 

Cyclists 9 acquittal subject of protest Mr 29-18; March to begin in 
Wilmington Mr 30-3; Black marchers leave coast Mr 31-3; Black group halfway 
to Raleigh Ap 1-3; Police halt blacks' march at Smithfield city limits 
Ap 2-26; Legislators get blacks' grievances Ap 3-3; Pitt man chains himself 
to monument in protest Ap 11-17; Teens walk for project concern My 9-3; 

200 people participate in 'Development* walk My 10-3; Fraternity plans 
walk for kidney My 12-3; Parade, picket changes sought Ag 6-36; March in 
Wilson backs leaf strikers Ag 10-6; Protests flop in Wilmington S 2-3; 
Protesters march in Charlotte N 12-6; 
DEMONSTRATIONS 
see also 
VIOLENCE 
DENTISTS 

Hawkins penalty sought Je 23-3; 



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DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL 

Leisure living section My 16-V; Battleship scout plane dedicated (USS North 
Carolina) Je 26-3; Raleigh youth finds peace, serenity on mountain trail Jl 25-3; 
Portsmouth Island journey Ag 15-V,1; State's welcome centers have answers, and 
... N 5-5; Currituck Beach wilderness sold N 25-5; 
DESEGREGATION 
see 
DISCRIMINATION; DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING; NEGROES; SCHOOLS- -DESEGREGATION 
DISCRIMINATION 

Country club black rule J 4-3; Church threatened with black pullout J 27-3; 
Duke Power job exam invalidated Mr 9-1; HEW raps Lenoir on black layoffs (teachers) 
Ap 16-1; Integration issue dormant in NC Assembly? My 23-IV,5; Colonial, A & P 
asked to hire more Blacks Je 17-3; Local firm (Dillon Supply Co.) loses civil 
rights case Je 29-26; Job rights bill to get discussion Jl 2-6; 

Employment bill sent to Senate Jl 3-3; Court to hear bias suit (Albermarle 
Paper Co.) Jl 23-29; Sex bias hinted in NC case Jl -> 7-3; Suit contests firing 
of man (Long) Ag 1-3; Black police may file suits on NC cities Ag 5-58; 
McCloskey, South ahead of North in integration Ag 16-3; 

Black hiring up in textile firms S 23-7; Bias suit settled by P. Lorillard 
10-4; City (Raleigh) school suspensions said biased 30-26; Promotion plan 
hit by judge N 14-16; Black policemen file bias charge N 16-5; Fayetteville 
mum on police bias suit N 17-5; Fayetteville answers police bias charges N 18-5; 

Agricultural unit faces racial suit N 20-28; 
DISCRIMINATION 

1 

see also 
DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING; NEGROES; SCHOOLS—DESEGREGATION 
DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING 

Apartments discriminate, federal suit charges Mr 25-54; US files six 
housing bias suits (including NC) Je 16-3; Bias charges are denied in Wilmington 
27-5; 
DIVORCE, SEPARATIONS AND ANNULMENTS 

Divorce bill stripped of provision J ?7-5; House OKs measure on divorce 
F 4-6; Divorces, no pat answers Je 28-1; 
DOCTORS 

Physicians are licensed F 14-6; Malpractice suit rejected by court F 25-8; 
160 get physician licenses Ag 22-6; Board OKs licenses to physicians Ag 27-27; 
Physicians licensed 30-19; 
DOCTORS 

see also 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
DRAFT 

Moreh'sad man given draft stay J 20-3; Judge bars teacher's induction F 4-36; 
Judge hears soldier's side F 12-6; CO status granted Morehead City man F 17-28; 
Despite the lottery, new recruits still plentiful F 22-26; NC plans cut in draft 
boards F 25-46; Man (Holcomb) acquitted in draft case Mr 26-36; 

Draft-age msn may sit on draft boards N 1-5; Tar Heel (Jolley) loses 
deportation plea N 10-1; 
DRAMA 
see 
OUTDOOR DRAMA; THEATER 

DRUGS 

Foreign law enforcement strict J 3-11,20; Students face charges (Sanford) 
J 7-3; SBI accused of slowing drug war J 11-3; 



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DRUGS (Cont.) 

Police find drugs in car (Smithfield) J 19-6; Duke students ask protection 
for use of Marijuana J 21-44; Marijuana said varied in effects F 2-1; Drug 
abuse death rate rises here F 2-3; Marijuana skidrows predicted by Dr. Hip F 10-3; 
Co-inventor sentenced in drug case F 13-3; 

Grifton druggist faces board hearing F 16-3; Surprise testimony in hearing 
for druggist F 17-3; Narcotics raid nets 4 arrests F 24-24; State drug law 
changes sought F 25-10; Parcel post pot found F 26-3; Community drug action 
plan readied Mr 4-3; Agents say LSD found on stamps Mr 11-7; 

20 face charges in Greenville Mr 17-1; Hearing set for druggist Mr 17-10; 
Raid arrests continuing in Greenville Mr 18-3; UNC team said using Marijuana 
Mr 18-8; Grifton druggist loses his license Mr 18-54; Witnesses assail drug 
abuse bill Ap 16-6; Five face charges on drugs Ap 19-3; 

Marijuana mystery is probed Ap 26-28; 10 arrested on drug charges 
(Lumber ton) My 5-3; Six given prison terms for violations My 15-24; Bewildering 
maze of drug laws My 16-IV,1; Roundup gathers 24 in Raleigh, Buies Creek My 21-1; 
Measure would ease penalty on pot possession My 21-6; Drug bill given panel's 
approval My 28-6; Fraud, drug charges filed against actors My 28-27; 

Help asked to locate stolen drugs Je 4-29; House backs changes in drug 
law Je 5-5; Needle leaves scars on Fayetteville Je 6-1; Way to Heroin high 
begins on streets Je 7-1; Needle last stop on heroin's long journey. 
Rehabilitation in locality urged Je 8-3; 

New drug control bill wins approval in House Je 8-6; Ft. Bragg drug ward 
to shut down Je 9-3; Ft. Bragg drug ward reopened Je 12-3; Drug supply in 
shelters called back Je 12-26; Fayetteville poolroom closed on drug charge 
Je 18-3; Trial set for deputy on drugs Je 18-3; 

Taylor cites drug problems Je 26-5; Greensboro police report heroin haul 
Je 29-3; Addicted prisoners studies Jl 1-23; New officer credited in drug 
raids Jl 7-26; Cumberland gets drug aid Jl 10-3; Heroin use rising in Raleigh 
Jl 12-28; New drug law clears Senate Jl 15-5; Drug control law enacted by 
House Jl 16-3; Drug squad seizes quantity of Cocaine in Wilmington Jl 16-8; 

Drug squad arrests 13 in New Hanover Jl 17-5; Dunn fears increase in 
drugs Jl 29-3; Bragg sets tests for GI addicts Jl 31-3; Undercover man 
(Stonestreet) cleared Ag 1-3; Vice raids conducted (Henderson) Ag 1-3; Halfway 
House center dedicated (Fayetteville) Ag 3-3; 12 arrested in raid: 4 arrested 
in drug sales Ag 14-16; Marijuana destroyed Ag 15-1; 

Special drug squad formed in Raleigh Ag 19-70; Friendly house for the drug- 
sick (Fayetteville) Ag 23-3; 2 charged in narcotics violations Ag 24-3; Man 
(Bandy) faces trial on 4 drug charges Ag 26-6; Druggist arrested on records 
charge (Grifton) Ag 27-3; Drug screening plan not yet implemented Ag 28-3; 

4 policemen injured during drug arrests Ag 31-3; Local man sentenced for 
pot S 1-34; Epps will head drug authority S 7-5; Man held on drug charge 
S 19-14; Man (Height) is held on drug charge S 20-5; NCSU cape stars face pot 
charges S 21-1; 25 arrested in Raleigh-Wake drug law violations roundup S 23-62; 

Police arrest 36 persons in Chapel Hill drug raid 2-16; Multi-faceted 
approach to drug abuse urged 27-32; Herein seized in New Hanover N 21-5; 
Drug abuse growing among NC youth D 2-44; Four sentenced on drug charges 
(Lillington) D 9-5; 7 more students convicted (Lillington) D 10-5; 

Norfolk cites 13 overdoses D 14-5; Military-civilian drug unit announced 
for Cumberland D 16-5; Jury to consider Coder-Heuts case D 31-1; 
DRUNK DRIVING 
see 
HIGHWAY SAFETY 



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DUKE UNIV 

Duke agrees to exclude clerical workers from vote J 21-44; To revise 
schedule to avoid semester split J 22-16; Student plan for drugs rejected 
F 21-9; Learn now, pay later plan slated at Duke Mr 7-5; To end contract 
of army office Mr 8-1; Duke man quits press unit in four-letter word affair 
Mr 12-1; New living plan gets Duke OK Mr 12-18; 

Duke gets new head of trustees Mr 12-32; Sets date for new plan on 
tuition pay Mr 17-6; Antiwar struggle predicted Ap 14-3; Pot laws hit at 
Duke event Ap 25-3; Chancellor resigns on advice of physician My 5-3; New 
chancellor named (Blackburn) My 6-3; Duke graduates to select attire Je 5-3; 

Duke names Divinity school dean Je 12-18; Study proposes Duke keep ROTC 
Je 17-14; Provost for Duke announced (Cleave land) Jl 1-64; Duke prof discovers 
Goya treasure 3-6; Duke appoints noted newsman (Patterson) to faculty Ag 5-34; 
Duke counsel will retire Ag 13-11; ROTC proposal accepted S 6-3; 

Duke picks woman for alumni job S 11-3; Duke turns to Dixie 3-IV,l; 
Students provide abortion loans 27-8; Student will begin Duke trustee duties 
D 30-5; 
DUKE UNIV 
see also 
SOUTHERN GROWTH POLICIES BOARD 
DURHAM 

Police, firemen merge to form new 'breed' J 17-6; Hawkins wins Durham 
race My 16-3; 
ECU 

Branch at Goldsboro to shut down F 3-3; Paper draws fire over words 
F 12-7; Jenkins flails press for 'distortion' F 19-6; Expands baseball field 
F 21-11,3; To set new policy for dormitory visitation Mr 10-3; Names music 
building for Fletcher Mr 10-28; 

Publishes 'forthright' brochure to attract blacks Mr 22-3; Jenkins choses 
Lang as new assistant (Dome) Mr 23-1; New booklet sets example (ed.) Mr 25-4; 
Carthage man (Lang) appointed to ECU position Mr 25-48; Bomb empties males 
of coed dorm Mr 30-3; ECU rally protests 33 arrests Ap 1-1; 

Group seeks OK to picket Ap 2-3; Unrest not brought up at state student 
legislature Ap 2-3; Merchants feeling effects of students' boycott Ap 3-3; 
Jenkins reinstates 28 ECU students Ap 4-4; Jenkins and the jesters Ap 4-IV,3; 
ECU group parades in Greenville Ap 6-3; Dorm visiting up to trustees Ap 7-3; 

ECU head seeks 'give and take' Ap 7-3; Dedication set for Harrington 
Field Ap 11-11,5; Student voice asked for trustee boards Ap 14-20; Students 
end boycott Ap 15-3; Dorm visiting fuss brings new type Spring to ECU Ap 18-9; 
'Trial* set for ECU's president Ap 20-11; Empty promise ended boycott? Ap 22-51; 

Jenkins, students set 'rap' sessions Ap 23-3; Jenkins holds first 'rap' 
session Ap 27-3; ECU council votes to quit in protest My 1-6; News management 
charged by ECU's Leo Jenkins My 2-8; Awaits Scott on med school My 6-31; 
Trustees vote to end dorm visitation My 6-31; Editor suspended My 11-3; 

Bearden says state industry hunting too secret (ed.) My 13-4; Politics 
should be stopped (ed.) My 14-4; ECU receives land donation My 14-35; 
Reinstate student, ECU told My 26-1; Student (Schell) allowed in ECU Je 16-3; 
Jenkins still seeking art building Je 25-7; 

'Oliver* is lively season opener at ECU Jl 8-15; To stress deleted items 
in '73 Assembly Jl 22-18; Has papers of Elias Carr Jl 28-21; Boarden hits 
weather views Ag 1-3; Will be "barrier-free" Ag 1-5; ECU gets funds for med 
school Ag 3-3; ECU offers 'Red Mill' Ag 3-18; Fire damages ECU building Ag 4-35 
NC arts, citizens need each other (Summer Theater ed.) Ag 5-4; 



27 

ECU (Cont.) 

'Gypsy' set to play ECU Ag 8-V,4; Unzips lavish production of 'Gypsy' 
Ag 11-9; Services set for former instructor (Lewis) Ag 12-50; McGinnis, 
past ECU officer, dies Ag 27-27; Coed claims assault at ECU S 29-6; Worker 
(Ward) faces assault charge 15-6; 

Student leader (Croshaw) quits post 15-6; Police seek assailant on 
campus 26-5; Health official (Monroe) named N 3-5; Jenkins announces 
commencement speaker (Green) N 3-5; High school voting urged by Bearden N 4-5; 
Money pledged to ECU N 8-5; Pitt senator appointed to ECU board N 16-6; Trustees 
name 3 to new statewide unit N 18-9; Scott reached, got his wrist slapped (ed.)N 19-4; 

ECU 

see also 

ECU MEDICAL PROGRAMS; JENKINS, LEO; TEXTILE INDUSTRY 
ECU MEDICAL PROGRAMS 

ECU officials (Wooles, Monroe) explain agreement J 6-4; Scott qualified 
support for ECU medical school (dome) J 9-1; Med school financing criticized 
by Taylor J 10-12; Budget includes no money for ECU med school J 14-1; 
Jenkins, budget exclusion of medical school 'proper' J 15-5; Three-party debate 
J 17-IV,4; Medical school a costly step (Sitton) J 17-IV,5; 

Godwin opposes med unit J 19-1; Medical school vetoes by Charlotte 
Memorial J 20-3; Jenkins, Godwin confer on Speaker's ECU stand J 21-3; ECU 
report faces delay J 29-16; Med school report received J 30-3; Report may be 
interpreted both ways (Dome) F 4-1; 1971 accreditation denied F 5-1; 

Scott letter backs ECU fund hopes F 6-1; Revealing denial (ed.) F 7-IV,4; 
Accreditation ruling withheld from board (Dome) F 9-1; Education board muses 
over ECU proposal (Dome) F 10-7; NCSU may dim ECU med school hopes F 17-1; 
ECU asks 'lost' page verification F 18-1; 

Higher board speaks next (ed.) F 18-4£ Letter to ECU president 'leaked' 
by Morgan (Dome) F 19-1; Jenkins endorses Scott's stand F 20-1; 1-year med 
unit backed for ECU, Scott hits ECU F 20-1; Governor explains his support for 
ECU medical school F ?1-IV,4; Delays med program request F 25-3; 

Education board held rehearsal on ECU report (Dome) F 26-1; ECU, UNC 
discuss medical unit F 27-1; ECU board reluctant to accept one year medical 
unit Mr 10-6; Jones backs ECU plan on med school Mr 14-5; Board took broad 
view of doctor shortage Mr 14-IV,5; 2-year med unit at ECU cheaper? Mr 25-3; 

Four-year med school endorsed Mr 28-8; ECU planners showing bad faith 
(ed.) Mr 28-IV.4; Jenkins says opposition is last-ditch effort Mr 30-3; One 
year med unit nod seen Ap 8-1; Report backs ECU med school plan Ap 20-11; 
ECU makes bid for two-year med school Ap 24-3 ; 

Faults cited in med school study Ap 25-8; 1 year NCSU med programs said 
cheaper than ECU My 2-11,12; Trustees taking wrong tack (ed.) My 7-4; 'Up 
to Scott' stand has governor grumbling (Dome) My 9-1; Scott, ECU trustees agree 
to one-year medical school My 12-1; Doctors group ponders medical school issue 
My 17-3; Doctors debate stand on med school My 18-3; 

Doctors bypass question of ECU medical facility My 19-3; $1.4 million ECU 
med unit backed My 22-3; Med school funding sought Je 10-19; Med school bill 
wording left intact Jl 20-3; 300 apply for med school 22-5; 
ECOLOGY 
see 
ENVIRONMENT 
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS 

What's ahead in '71? J 31-IV,1; Tar Heel economy edges up F 3-19; Gill: 
NC doing best in recession My 22-3; Spending aids NC economy Je 1-10; 
Uncertainty permeates NC Ag 17-1; Scott praises co-ops S 27-19; NC needs an 
economic policy (ed.) 10-IV,4; 



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EDENTON 

Seeks downtown funds S 17-3; 
EDUCATION 

Criminal justice academy authorized by Gov. Scott J 1-38; Phillips using 
'bird dogs' J 13-1; Training funds get support F 10-6; Bill aims to 'upgrade* 
NC history teaching F 12-5; Education fund shift proposed F 13-5; Some need a 
special help F 14-6; Behind in history (ed.) F 15-4; 

5 hearings set on NC education F 16-6; $300 million over budget requested 
by educators F 19-6; Special section on schools and colleges F 28; Phillips 
urges model program for schools Mr 9-8; Dr. Phillips gets tagged left winger 
Mr 13-5; Special schools advised Ap 4-4; 

Report says NC schools not geared for colleges Ap 6-3; Scott asks council 
on manpower Ap 7-6; Budget official responds to school fund criticism Ap 9-6; 
NC institutions offer more industrial training Ap 18-IV,8; NC public education 
frustrating, high school students inform board My 7-1; Melton calls relevancy 
the key as public schools change My 10-1; 

Godwin, late in session to study education issue My 11-1; Phillips 
announces compensatory unit My 11-3; Money proposals submitted My 15-5; 
Reading students learn and teach at same time Je 20-15; Science teachers get 
new way to teach Ag 11-7; NC educators seek testing plan S 13-6; 

NC moonlight schools for adults have nexv glow S 26-IV,9; ACLU seeks 
public education for retarded boy 28-56; Educator sees threat of economic 
illiteracy N 1-5; NC picked for right-to-read aid D 19-11; 
EDUCATION 
see also 
EDUCATION, HIGHER; SCHOOLS; TEACHERS 
EDUCATION, HIGHER 

Jenkins opposes university plan J 1-1; Morgan maintains education silence 
J 2-3; ACE says Duke, UNC top in Southeast J 3-7; Jenkins objects, of course 
(ed.) J 3-17,4; University officials meet J 4-1"; Educators pledge cooperation 
on university plan J 5-1; Competition is national (ed.) J 5-4; 

Cooperation for unity (ed.) J 6-4; ECU board will discuss study plan 
J 6-5; ECU trustees back separate agencies J 8-1; Warren to head study of 
schools' organization J 9-3; Rejected opportunity (ed., ECU) J 10-IV,4; 
Scott kicks off university study J 16-1; Scott, 'in-fighting' must stop F 23-1; 

Coordinated plan to train more NC doctors F 23-4; Proposal assails student 
financial barriers Mr 3-1; Two steps for education (ed.) Mr. 3-4; Cut cost of 
tuition, board says Mr 6-7; Aid sought for institutes, community college system 
Mr 12-8; Warren hits universities plan rumors Mr 28-8; 

State University study faces 4 options Mr 28-IV 9 4; Panel near decision 
Mr 30,3; Scott defends his public education program Ap 4-1; University plan 
nearing decision Ap 6-1; Panel may agree at meet on universities' change Ap 24-24; 
Committee split on board powers Ap 27-1; 

Higher board control of enrollment, fees proposed Ap 29-17; Regents plan 
wins support in committee Ap 30-1; Officials oppose increased tuition aid plan 
My 1-5; Committee member warns on higher education plans My 8-5; Study of 
education backs regents plan My 9-1; 

Warren study, challenge of change (ed.) My 10-4; New powers sought for 
board My 13-6; UNC unit pledges fight on regents My 15-1; Regents bid set by 
Scott My 21-1; Regents nunber hiked? My 22-1; Scott says educators 'like kids' 
My 23-1; Alumni group opposes deconsolidation My 23-5; Educators mum on Scott's 
blast My 24-3; Governor said holding budget ax over UNC My 25-1; 



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EDUCATION, HIGHER (Cont.) 

Battle lines drawn on universities My 25-5; General Assembly divided on 
university structure My 26-1; Governor asks Assembly to accept regents plan 
My 26-1; Partial text of study report on higher ed. Several related stories 
My 26-6,7; Committee support seen for education changes My 27-1; 

Warren report a promising start (ed c ) My 27-4; Text of governor's message 
on higher education My 27-6; State board backs Scott's regents plan My 28-1; 
UNC trustees vote to fight Scott plan My 29-1; Pembroke unit backs Scott My 29-5; 
Professors see threat to UNC My 30-9; Regent plan opposed by Caldwell My 30-9; 

Alumni group at UNC attacks regents plan My 31-25; UNC to offer its plan 
Je 1-1; Compromise on university change (ed„) Je 1-4; Two compromises studies 
Je 2-1; White denies UNC role Je 2-1; Ervin criticizes regents proposal Je 2-3; 
FSU backs regents plan Je 2-3; Consolidation, a lesson from the '30s (ed.) 
Je 2-4; Morgan, act on university revamp Je 3-1; 

Delay could kill education change (ed.) Je 3-4; Amendment to strengthen 
higher ed board sought Je 5-3; Academic lobbying colorful in NC Je 6-4; 
More chaos likely without regents (ed.) Je 6-IV,4; Warren reportedly backs 
committee's regents plan Je 8-10; Carlyle prepared speech opposing regents 
proposal Je 9-16; Warren backs regents but offers alternative Je 10-1; 

Text of Warren's statement Je 11-10; Report released as aid to anti- 
regents forces Je 11-34; Restructuring bills clog hoppers Je 13-1; Regents 
plan foes busy at 'home' Je 14-1; Regents plan said end to excellence Je 16-1; 
Special session possible on higher education issue Je 16-1; 

Friday offers promising model (ed.) Je 16-4; Out-state tuition bill OKd 
by panel Je 16-6; UNC salvation seen in regents Je 17-1; Caldwell favors 
governing regents board Je 17-7; Scott forces to seek regents action now Je 18-1; 
Most Senators ask delay on regents plan till '73 Je 19-1; 

Godwin endorses postponement bill Je 20-1; Act now on higher education plan 
(ed ) Je 20-IV,4; Regent plan foes maneuver Je 22-1; West pro central board 
Je 22-3; Regents fight showdown delayed until fall Je 23-1; No date set for 
reconvening Je 24-1; Scott's education choice is wise (ed.) Je 24-4; 

Friday reaffirms anti-regents position Je 25-1; Scott text details education 
proposal Je 26-1; Text of Scott's draft on University system Je 26-5; Officials 
ponder maze of grad programs Je 27-1; Godwin doesn't see delay to 1973 on regents 
issue Je 28-6; Higher education remains object of Assembly moves Je 29-3; 

Educators will move or be shoved (ed.) Je 29-4; Oct. 25 backed for session 
Jl 1-1; Backers of UNC drop plans to prevent fall Assembly Jl 18-5; Scott 
to seek curricula center Jl 18-6; Education plan to get hearings Jl 23-5; Sen. 
Scott cites education peril Jl 25-1; Universities, need for realism I (ed.) 
Jl 28-4; Scott, university accord possible Jl 29-1; 

Universities, need for realism II (ed ) Jl 29-4; Scott says clique runs 
UNC with 'iron-fisted power 9 Ag 14-1; Holshouser sees accord Ag 14-2; Text of 
Ag 13 Scott speech Ag 16-4; Holshouser , calm mood needed in restructuring 
Ag 18-5; Scott not tied to college plan Ag 19-1; 

Time for Scott foes to state case (ed.) Ag 19-4; Education unit alters 
restructuring stance Ag 21-5; Scott sets up curriculum reform group Ag 21-5; 
Tar Heels to pay for 'peace' course Ag 21-5; Responsiveness key to revamping 
(ed.) Ag 25-4; Restructuring foes plan meeting Ag 27-1; 

West, lobbying bolstered revamp S 1-9; Andrews urges decision on university 
system S 2-7; Higher education hearing dates set S 3-1; Study, space wasted at 
private colleges S 5-1; Higher education needs statesmen (ed.) S 5-IV,4; Law 
school applications soaring S 7-6; Burney maps new university setup S 9-1; 

Battle shifting in focus S 12-1; 



30 

EDUCATION, HIGHER (Cont.) 

Consultant backs position of higher education panel S 14-1; UNC group seeks 
compromise plan S 15-1; Restructuring, debate it in public (ed.) S 15-4; 15- 
university plan offered by Sanford S 16-1; Text of Sanford UNC plan S 16-5; 
Separate university boards urged S 17-1; Sanford strikes blow for sanity (ed.) 
S 17-4; 3 year college plan urged (Hargraves) S 17-6; 

Jenkins, legislative role needed for universities S 17-8; Senators gather 
on restructuring S 18-1; Restructuring foes offer compromise S 19-1; Budget 
key to university reform (ed.) S 19-IV,4; Trustees unit backs Burney S 20-1; 
Still another revamp proposal may emerge from joint meeting S 21-3; 

Graduate program cutback shows a need (ed.) S 21-4; Scott says his UNC 
plan would provide one voice S 22-5; Shallowness seen in college courses (Abram) 
S 23-7; Caldwell predicts governing board S 23-54; Scott cites education 
principles S 23-62; Warren favors governing board S 24-1; 

West lists graduate work not producing graduates S 25-5; Scott may back 
revamp at meeting S 26-5; Quick restructuring seen as legislative consensus 
S 28-5; Funds top issue, Leo Jenkins says S 29-1; Key UNC trustee backs Scott 
plan (Hill) 2-1; Legislative panel includes several restructuring foes 2-5; 

Scott hastens UNC meet 6-1; Friday backs central board 8-1; Assembly 
power on budgets OKd 9-1; Trustees support Friday 12-1; Hodges backs strong 
board 13-1; Measure not likely to get Barney vote 13-26; New powers for 
board written into higher education measure 14-1; 

Strong board wins subcommittee's OK 15-1; Pembroke head backs superboard 
15-8; Strong board plan gets committee OK 16-1; Battle shapes up, major 
plans at a glance 17-IV,1; UNC board backs Friday 8 s plan 19-1; Education 
plan deserves support (ed.) 20-4; Restructuring amendment sought 21-6; 

Education board votes for change 22-1; Governing board power is crucial 
(ed.) 22-4; Assembly faces four crucial days 24-6; Black students protest 
revamp 26-26; Assembly units approve university control plan 27-1; A 
compromise with no losers (ed.) 27-4; Text of Scott address on restructuring 
27-6; House gives nod to revamp, Senate provides major victory 28-1; 

Final action due today on education measure 29-1; Assembly passes 
governing board bill, UNC forces seeking to recall measure 30-1; It was like a 
horse race and rep. Andrews won 31-1; UNC forces win 'balance of power 8 as 
Assembly OKs education revamp 31-1; Simple good sense wins the day (ed.) N 1-4; 

Education post tailored to fit Cameron West N 1-7; Bill Friday obvious 
man for the job (ed„) N 2-4; Scott is sole poser now in NC higher education N 2-19; 
Scott say3 private colleges saving much money N 4-9; West sees model in education 
N 5-8; Central board may have familiar faces N 7-4; UNC partisans win seats N 23-1; 

Higher education task harder (ed.) N 26-4; Two more appointed to governing 
board N 27-7; Pembroke trustee named D 10-5; New university board to hold meet 
D 16-9; Hill, Huskins named to governing board D 18-5; 
EDUCATION, HIGHER 
see also 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 
ELECTIONS 

Board to reopen voting case in Columbus J 5-3; Grand Jury to probe vote 
case J 6-3; Federal one-upmanship (ed.) J 7-4; Seven names hold key to election 
in Columbus J 11-1; Expert says 2 signatures on poll book forged J 13-1; Voting 
case witness takes fifth J 14-1; State board awards seat to Harrelson J 15-1; 

Republican board member finds sunshine in ruling J 15-3; Cleanup in 
Columbus (ed.) J 17-IV.4; Republican wins 2d Craven vote J 18-1; Municipal 
election changes sought J 22-7; Senate would let voters break ties Ap 17-6; 



31 



ELECTIONS (Cont.) 

Grand jury vote fraud charges set (Whiteville) My 1-6; Voting official 
indicted by Columbus grand jury My 4-6; Senate narrowly OKs limit on poll 
activity My 14-35; Election law bills pass policy panel Je 2-6; Senate OKs 
compromise election bill Je 9-6; Madison's election image improving Je 10-42; 

Columbus vote trial scheduled Je 18-3 ; Vote fraud trial begins in 
Columbus Je 22-3; Precinct official pleads innocent Je 23-3; State ends case 
in Columbus vote trial Je 24-3; Jury considers verdict in Columbus voting case 
Je 25-3; Jury says registrar innocent Je 26-1; Federal charges eyed in vote 
case Jl 2-3; Voting proposal rejected Jl 10-5; 

Appeal decision termed mistake by board member Jl 19-17; The campaign 
spending game 31-IV,1; Stolen elections charged by Rouse N 24-6; 7 named to 
panel on voting N 30-7; Five-point plan proposed for reform of state campaign 
financing D 12-IV,5; Vote study unit approves plans D 18-5; 
ELECTIONS 

see also 
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS; VOTING 
ELECTRIC POWER 

CP&L rate to go up Feb. 1 J 16-1; CP&L's rate hike goes into effect F 2-3; 
Duke power granted part of requested rate hike F 13-1; CP&L gets an 11. 8^ rate 
hike F 27-1; CP&L to get river study Mr 17-3; AEC okays power unit for VEPGO 
Mr 24-5; CP&L goes to court over rates Mr 27-1; 

Melton named new head of EPIC Ap 27-3; CP&L shareholder loses reform 
battle My 22-16; Tar Heels shouldn't have power worry this summer My 23-6; 
Official, use will double by 1977 Jl 30-7; North Carolina a silent victim (ed.) 
N 10-4; New power firm (EPIC) meets agencies D 23-28; 
ELECTRIC POWER 
see also 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 
ELIZABETH CITY STATE 

ECSU holds graduation My 17-3; 
ELON COLLEGE 

Church OKs program for blacks Je 10-3 ; 
EMBEZZLEMENT AND MISAPPROPRIATION 

Audit shows discrepancy in Mebane J 8-5; No charges planned in Mebane 
J 11-5; Woodcock called for questioning J 19-3; Warsaw grain 'sold below cost' 
J 30-3; Tarboro man convicted of embezzling F 25-40; Jury indicts court clerk 
(Pledger) Ap 20-3; Wilson woman (Etheridge) gets 5 years My 25-6; 

Pair charged in embezzling My 26-3; Embezzling gets clerk 2 years Je 15-3; 
Ex-postmaster gets 3-year term S 30-6; Ex-official (Briley) charged 6-20; 
EMBEZZLEMENT AND MISAPPROPRIATION 
see also 
FRAUDS AND SWINDLING 
EMPLOYMENT 

NC joblessness highest since '65 J 8-25; It's harder to find job in NC now 
J 16-18; State's nonfarm job gain ranks above US average J 3l-IV,21; North 
Carolina firms employ school age workers F 28-IV,9; Insured unemployed number 
up Mr 13-3; Summer jobs to be scarce Ap 13-18; 

State rate on jobless shows gain Ap 17-6; Group told to assist veterans 
Ap 21-30; Job outlook bleak for new grads My 19-1; Prospects said better for 
NCSU graduate My 20-54; Job offers down in e 71 for grads Je 2-19; Community 
college grads have best chance for jobs Je 7-3; Graduates find job market low 
Je 18-3; NC enacts law insuring equal job opportunities Jl 10-1; 

Most NCSU Ph.D^'s are finding jobs Jl 11-8; Job rule a matter of basic 
fairness (ed.) Jl 13-4; Joblessness reaches 3$ in Wake Ag 19-70; No trend seen 
in NC joblessness S 5-IV,ll; Joblessness up in NC for August S 17-5; 



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EMPLOYMENT (Cont.) 

Job prospects depend on field S 18-18; NC jobless rate lowest for year 14-51; 
NC factory jobs increase by 6,600 N 17-21; Black unemployed fewer in NC D 6-5; 
EMPLOYMENT " 
see also 
LABOR 
ENVIRONMENT 

Bowles seeks support for 'bill of rights 5 J 19-7; Industry hunter backs 
ecology J 22-3; Bond package proposes environmental projects J 31-4; Bowles puts 
in environs action F 3-6; Environment amendment is endorsed Mr 11-46; Scott 
gives support to environment bill Mr 19-6; 

Scott will bring environment to the fore in Assembly Ap 5-3; Scott calls 
for action to protect environment Ap 9-1; Bond issue urged for ecology plan 
Ap 10-15; 3 more bills on ecology introduced Ap 15-7; Americans get into 
earth week Ap 20-6; Environs rewrite sought Ap 23-7; 

Study sought on environment protection suits Ap 24-5; Land use classification 
tried in Brunswick My 2-IV,5; Environmental bill goes to subcommittee My 5-25; 
Committee OKs environment bill My 6-10; Industry hunts criticized My 11-3; Bill 
of rights wins approval in Senate My 13-12; 

County pushes for opening of landfill at Knightdale My 16-7; Environment 
bill advances My 28-6; Plan begins moving through legislature My 30-4; House 
OKs policy on environs Je 2-6; Environmental bill gets more changes Je 12-5; 
Environmental protection will be placed on ballot Je 18-9; 

Ecology interns appointed Je 21-6; Billboard, junkyard controls OKd Je 25-9; 
Warning given on dredging plans Jl 3-17; League seeking to block 15,500-acre 
land auction (Graham County) Jl 4-6; House approves pair of environmental bills 
Jl 7-8; Environs measure advancing Jl 8-9; House kills strong bill on littering 
Jl 8-11; Public wins a position in power plant sitings Jl 11-IV,5; 

Mountain residents mourn sale (Robbinsville) Jl 13-3; Power firms bill 
killed in House Jl 14-6; Environmentalists closing ranks against nuclear power 
plants Jl 14-30; New protections for environment Jl 18-IV,2; Assembly finishes 
action on environmental bills Jl 21-1; Ecology measures enacted Jl 21-6; 

Ecology concern cited by Sowers Jl 24-3; Brunswick County won't get plant 
Jl 31-3; Suits will seek ecology damages Ag 18-3; Woodhouse disclaims link 
with project Ag 20-8; Intern program is popular Ag 22-8; Littering fine 
boosted to $200 Ag 23-6; Witnesses tell of dredge work Ag 26-3; Municipalities 
to be asked to replace mercury seals Ag 26-10; 

Report, Beaucatcher cut won't upset environment S 3-3; Scott asks new 
study on dams S 11-3; 'Progress' has high cost S 26-4; Corps rejects dam for 
Duplin S 29-1; NC growth said in need of controls (Morgan) 12-3; Rally to 
start in Raleigh 12-26; US files suit to halt Topsail dredging 15-5; 

The Haw River may not be finished yet 17-V,6; Sunset Beach faces suit 
27-5; Topsail development temporarily halted 27-5; Drum Inlet contract 
awarded N 10-5; Channel block suit planned N 13-6; Pollution hotline ready 
N 15-6; Ecologists making stand on NC*G Chicod Creek D 8-1; Channelization 
policy challenged (ed.) D 10-4; 

Environmental center dedicated (Research triangle) D 11-1; Hearing at 
Trenton today on Chicod channelization D 14-5; Drum Inlet blasting postponed 
D 16-5; NCSU unit studies channeling effects D 19-11; How it's working in North 
Carolina D 19-IV,1; Study, channeling 'heats' streams D 12-7; 

Inlet blast now set for Thursday D 22-5; Drum Inlet opened by TNT blast 
D 24-1; / 

ENVIRONMENT 
see also 
CONSERVATION; NATURAL AND ECONOMIC RESOURCES; PESTICIDES AND PESTS: 
POLLUTION 



33 



EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Liquor vote urged by church J 31-1; 
ERVIN, SAM 

Hard to define, theme is liberty J 1-10; Ervin bill seeks convention 
limit J 25-13; Ervin' s revenue-sharing plan rejected by Senate Ap 23-22; 
Ervin bill aims at servicemen My 5-20; "avoid arrest, avoid demonstrations" 
My 16-3; Military discharges eyed by Ervin Jl 12-21; 

Raps textile policy Jl 22-45; Asks end to subversive control board Ag 8-12; 
Views busing plan as unworkable S 30-11; Ervin bill would ensure appropriations 
spending 10-10; Ervin urges NC lawyers to resist 'tides of fear* 23-10; 
Ervin says Rehnquist OK 27-3; Still fights women's rights law 27-25; 

Taking aim at the NLRB (ed) 31-IV,4; Ervin lauds news media N 14-5; 
Doubtful lie device expanding N 22-1; 
ERVIN, SAM 
see also 
PRIVACY, INVASION OF 
ETHICS CODE 

Two bills seek income statement J 14-13; Budget commission chief to lobby 
for tobacconists J 28-1; Scott, dual roles no conflict F 11-1; Ethics code 
lack is embarassing (ed.) My 7-4; Conflicts galore, but no ethics code (ed.) 
My 23-IV,4; Proposal dies in House panel Je 23-5; 

Foes, what scares them? (ed.) Je 25-4; Ethics bill killed Jl 14-10; 
Senate kills ethics bill Jl 15-19; Bailey battles the public interest (ed.) 
Jl 16-4; Legislative ethics out Jl 17-22; Senator Ruff in Bailey responds to 
editorial Jl 17-22; 
ETHICS CODE 
see also 
PUBLIC OFFICIALS 
EVICTIONS 

Hill folk mad, say home buried F 28-1; Trial moved to Asheville for ranger 
Mr 5-3; Residents plan strategy against forest service My 12-3; Trailer burial 
trial delayed My 16-5; Accident kills trailer plaintiff Je 14-24; Mountaineer 
finds fortune harsh in death as in life Je 15-3; 

Forest Service haunted by a victim (ed.) Je 18-4; Fight for home puts man 
(Creech) in jail 1-1; Burial case continued 1.0-11; Trailer burial case 
closed 21-5; It's Johnny Creech vs. CP&L again N 7-5; Court sets price on 
Creech's land D 3-5; Suit winner (Creech) decides not to appeal D 7-5; 
EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION 
see 
PSYCHIC PHENOMENA 
FAIRS 

State fair profit is $261,000 Je 17-54; State fair operations said 
unsound, poorly managed Je 22-1; Officials defend fair's operation Je 25-7; 
Graham is given warning, but keeps control of fair Jl 1-7; Pat Taylor opens 
state fair 16-26; 
FAYETTEVILLE 

High students join cleanup drive J 24-3; Veteran fighting city hall Ap 25-3; 
FAYETTEVILLE STATE U 

Dissent hits Fayetteville F 9-5; Student boycott continues F 11-6; Students 
end boycott, president gives statement F 12-7; Boycott resumes F 13-3; Judge 
exonerates University president F 23-3; FSU students stage march, rally in city 
Mr 26-3; University head (Lyons) comes under fire Ap 4-8; FSU chief responds to 
attack Ap 7-3; 
FERRIES 

Oak Island finally gets 2-way ferry S 15-5; Ferry (Cape Hatteras) runs aground 
16-5; 



34 



FIREARMS 

Questions raised by Foley bill F 3-6; Weapon bill hearing expected F 20-6; 
His Honor may shoot if bill OKd Mr 3-5; No guns for judges, bill says Mr 5-5; 
Judges' pistol-packing bill killed Mr 10-1; Non-lethal, punch-packing weapon 
studies for use in NC prisons Ap 1-60; 

Panel OKs dangerous weapon bill Ap 21-9; Asheville disorder convictions 
upheld My 8-17; Seized weapons allegedly stolen N 16-5; Deputies seize guns, 
explosives in New Hanover N 17-5; Wilmington gun case dismissed N 25-5; 
FIREMEN 

Lawmaker criticizes training of firemen Ag 10-3; 
FIRES 

House fire kills three children J 9-10; Cigarette said cause of hotel fire 
F 12-40; Fire hits furniture warehouse F 13-3; Charge ignites Dare timber land 
Mr 23-3; Firefighters gain ground against Dare County blaze Mr 24-1; 2 children 
die in fire in Jacksonville Ap 6-10; 

Retail carpet firm destroyed in blaze Ap 9-3; Onslow forest fire burns 
4,500 acres Ap 14-3; Fire fighters continue battle. Timberland bombing 
criticized Ap 17-3; Louisburg armory is hit by fire Ap 18-5; Fire lines set 
against big blaze (Pender/Duplin) Ap 20-3; $241,000 spent to fight fires Ap 22-3; 

Fire destroys Winston-Salem supper club Ap 24-3; Elizabethtown fires 
investigated Ap 28-1; Fire guts Tarboro building My 5-1; Fire hits Wilmington 
school facility My 18-1; Safety factors delay probe (Wilmington) My 19-3; Blaze 
destroys topless palace My 31-5; 5,300 acres lost to fire in Dare Je 14-3; 

Crews fight Dare fire Je 17-3; Fire ruins warehouses in Farmville Je 20-1; 
Fire kills 3 children in locked room Jl 12-3; Lightning sparks big blaze 
(Fayetteville) Jl 13-3; Fertilizer firm fire probed Jl 18-3; Fire destroys 
Murphy firm Ag 24-3; Man (Barbour) freed following fire investigation S 7-3; 

Goldsboro radio station gutted S 25-17; Surry courthouse burns S 27-3; 
Fire destroys tobacco warehouse (Farmville) 16-5; Fraternity house blaze 
injures 8 in Chapel Hill 25-1; Fire razes Belk-Tyler building N 7-5; 
Engelhard fire kills 2 children in home N 12-5; 

Fire razes Washington yacht club N 22-5; Knightdale fire kills 3 children 
D 19-5; 
FIRES 

see also 
ARSON 
FISH 

Fish kill bill may hit $20,000 J 6-3; Panel gets appeal on fish kill 
J 8-5; If they grow, in claims there's dough J 10-8; National agency to keep 
tabs on foreign fishing off coact J 20-3; Winston-Salem given $20,000 fish 
kill bill F 13-5; Shad festival today (Grifton) Ap 17-3; 

Shrimping season early this year Ap 21-3; Red fleet linked to fish drop 
(Chowan River) Ap 23-1; NC swordfishing said too arduous My 7-14; Stalking 
the mighty Marlin Je 20-V,l; SC wages Bulls Bay shrimp war Jl 21-1; Shrimping 
laws said under study Jl 22-3; Carolinas to avoid shrimping 'war' Jl 23-27; 

'Sizable' fish kill found in Neuse Jl 27-1; Fish killed by red tide Jl 30-1; 
No special meet set on fish kill Jl 30-36; State moves too slowly on fish kill 
(ed ) Ag 1-IV,4; Department can act on fish kill Ag 3-5; Fish research project 
launched Ag 4-3; Fish kill report embargo stays Ag 24-26; 

Wake plant takes blame in Neuse River fish kill Ag 26-1; Foreign vessels 
fishing off coast 14-5; State delays surveillance of foreign fleets 16-5; 
Southeastern panel to eye fishing laws 16-17; Shellfish harvesting is 
halted N 3-5; State's shellfishing areas declared a disaster N 13-6; Community 
(Rocky Mount) to pay for fish kill N 20-5; Nursery shrimp graduate 'A-plus* N 23-5; 



35 



FISH (Cont.) 
see also 
POLLUTION; WATER POLLUTION 
FLAGS, EMBLEMS AND INSIGNIA 

Mecklenburg seals its honor F 26-1; Which seal is the right seal? F 28-4; 
2 dates on Great Seals? Mr 4-3; Tempest to teapot (Mecklenburg) Mr 7-IV,l; 
Senate committee OKs flag desecration bill Mr 10-6; Flag bill approved by 
House Mr 11-3; Great Seal gets OK in Senate Ap 7-6; Fishy honor goes to 
channel bass Ap 30-6; 
FLOODS 

Lumberton families aided as river worsens Mr 6-3; 
FOLKLORE 

Society session features forgotten toys D 4-5; 
FOOD STAMPS 
see 
ANTI- POVERTY PROGRAMS 
FOUNDATIONS 

Revised arthritis chapter gets solicitation license Ag 5-6; Arthritis 
foundation licensing protested Ag 7-3; Licenses are granted fund-raisers Ag 15-8; 
Foundation for Community Development awarded Ford grant Ag 16-21; Local arthritis 
unit stalls closing effort Ag 21-24; Mismanaged charity (ed.) J 2-4; Arthritis 
Foundation seeking permit My 31-6; 
FRAUDS AND SWINDLING 

Bad check legislation introduced J 27-6; Man charged with passing bogus bills 
J 27-6; Bad grain checks revealed J 28-3; No body present but many mourn Mr 20-1; 
Penalty hike for bad checks proposed Ap 28-23; Woodcock case trial date set Ag 24-3; 
Ex-banker (Harris) linked to fund transfer S 3-3; Three fail to appear in phone 
case S 17-5; Disgruntled buyers hear hollow ring to promises 9-1; 
FRAUDS AND SWINDLING 
see also 
BRIBERY; EMBEZZLEMENT AND MISAPPROPRIATION 
FRINKS, GOLDEN 
see 
SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 
FUNERALS 

Money not available, so body unburied (Smithfield) J 22-10; Burial unit 
criticized by auditor D 30-5; 
GOP 

see 
REPUBLICAN PARTY 
GAMBLING 

SBI agents raid Pinehurst club 21-5; Charlotte man (Summerford) pleads 
guilty 22-25; House raided in Dare 25-6; 
GARAGES AND SERVICE STATIONS 

Self-service gas called dangerous My 26-5; Fear of competition said fueling 
gas pump feud Je 13-7; Gas station bill clears committee Je 23-6; Senate 
tentatively OKs self-service gasoline bill Je 24-10f All self-service gas is 
threatened (ed.) Je 28-4; Gas pump bill passed by Senate Je 30-1; 

Gas station lobby ensnared itself (ed.) Jl 2-4; Bill on self-service gas 
killed in House committee Jl 10-5; Self service gas pumps increasing in 



popularity N 28-IV,8; 
GARDNER, JIM 

Gardner forces stirring in NC 10-10; 



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GOOD NEIGHBOR COUNCIL 

Neighbor unit head reports F 12-33; 
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES AND OFFICIALS 
see 
PUBLIC OFFICIALS; STATE EMPLOYEES 
GOVERNORS 

Scott helps redraft governors' antibusing stand N 11-10; Scott aids 
governors* fund-raising Ap 22-11; 
GRAHAM, BILLY 

President praises Graham for his leadership 16-1; 
GRANGE 

Grange to honor church of year 24-8; 
GREENVILLE 

Art hopes up, Moore Foundation F 28-V,7; A Mynah problem Ap 3-1; Police 
in Greenville move to join union My 20-3; Air filled with amonia Jl 2-9; 
Hearing set for officer (Waters) Ag 6-26; Disturbance follows game S 5-3; 
Finalist in All-America contest 15-6; 10 facing trial in bombing case 28-5; 

Fire razes Belk- Tyler building N 7-5; Police search for attacker N 9-5; 
GREENVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

School official rehired Ap 21-3; 
GUILFORD TECH 

Adult education director resigns after audit Je 30-3; 
GUNS 

see \ 

FIREARMS 
HANDICAPPED 

Despite the handicaps (Partin) F 28-IV,9; NC student considering pulpit 
despite blindness Ap 26-3; Bill asks grants for disabled education Je 5-3; 
Handicapped aided by institutions Je 20-IV,8; Plea for handicapped sounded at 
ceremony Jl 19-28; 
HANDICAPPED 
see also 
BLIND; DEAF 
HEAD START 
see 
ANTI- POVERTY PROGRAMS 
HEALTH 
see 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
HELIPORTS 
see 
AIRPORTS 
HENDERSON 

Guard sent to aid schools Ag 30-1; Private school burned, guard at public 
schools Ag 31-1; 
HIGHER EDUCATION PERSONNEL ASSOCIATION 

Body holds ECU meet S 25-16; 
HIGHLANDS 

Who-owns-it fuss said silly by mayor My 23-6; 
HIGHWAY COMMISSION 

Auditor hits procedures of state highway board My 25-1; Action pondered 
in highway probe My 28-7; Faircloth may testify on audit Je 2-7; Faircloth 
replies to audit charges Je 4-1; Faircloth, Bridges gap widens Je 5-3; 
Faircloth challenges statistics and motives of auditor's report Je 9-3; 



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HIGHWAY COMMISSION (Cont.) 

Partisan discord marks road audit hearing Je 11-7; Highway board audit 
proposed Je 12-5; Highway auditing reviewed Je 18-8; Road chief twits auditor 
Je 25-9; Auditor, problem in highway unit solved Jl 1-8; Highway department 
clear on funds, legislators say Jl 2-6; Reports won't outsell 'Portnoy' but ... 
S 27-3; 
HIGHWAY PATROL 

Patrol eyes moonlight working F 3-3; Control transfer backed Je 3-1; 
Patrol transfer bill has no purpose (ed.) Je 6-lV,4; Panel brakes patrol shift 
Je 10-17; 10 troopers promoted by Patrol S 2-58; Billy Day, from dream to 
inquiry D 12-1; 
HIGHWAY SAFETY 

New law sought on breathalyzer J 5-5; Breathalizer test level would lower 
J 30-7; Drunk driving case treatment eyed in Onslow F 1-3; Poor record for 
Onslow (ed.) F 2-4; Tar Heels testify on jail release F 17-5; Drunkenness 
should not be crime F 26-6; House OKs 70 MPH for some roads F 26-6; 

Patrolman is accused by attorney (Jacksonville) F 27-8; Bill seeks 
extension of drunk driving test Mr 4-3; Farm vehicles bill given tentative OK 
Mr 5-6; Limited driving bill snags Mr 10-6; Sober-up experiment curtailed 
Mr 12-32; Under 16 drivers' curb asked Mr 18-7; Attorney convicted of speeding 
(Frazier) Mr 18-9; Study shows some surprises on NC auto accidents Mr 28-7; 

Slow-moving traffic bill nears approval Mr 31-6; Inspection changes OKd in 
House vote Ap 4-8; House OKs bill on stopping for school bus Ap 10-3; House 
OKs penalties on speeders Ap 17-5; Senate approves car bumper bill My 1-5; 
House approves speed penalty My 6-6; Bowles readies breathalyzer license bill 
My 7-8; Bowles' drunken driving proposals called toughest My 16-6; 

Drink test penalty gets panel OK My 27-7; Stronger bumpers bill nears 
Assembly approval My 29-6; Subcommittee searching for plan to handle revolving 
door drunks My 31-5; Senate OKs ban on liquor in cars Je 4-6; StopJ Look! 
New signs ahead Je 6-3; Drunk driver arrests reach record level Je 10-6; 

Judiciary unit gets bill on drinking driver Je 11-8; Effect of alcohol, 
drugs on driving to be studied Je 13-9; Hostility hits drink, drive bill Je 18-6; 
Farm vehicles regulation Je 18-27; No-crime drink bill gets committee OK Je 25-7; 
Drunken offender bill OKd Jl 3-3; Bill to make drunkenness no crime passes House 
Jl 7-8; Senate OKs bill to require term in repeated drunk driving cases Jl 8-9; 

Bill aimed at drunken driver OKd Jl 13-5; House passes bill giving choice 
to drunk drivers Jl 14-10; Reflectors bill meets dead end Jl 16-7; Treatment 
for drunks bill passes 2nd Senate vote Jl 17-3; Gas tax refund proposal given new 
life by House Jl 21-6; 2 notable bills die Jl 21-6; 

Driver charged in six fatalities Jl 31-16; Drugged drivers studies at Chapel 
Hill Ag 16-6; Minibikes causing problems Ag 24-26; Man (Blanding) caught after 
chase gets tests Ag 25-3; Young NC drivers lead accident rate Ag 31-2; Six 
persons killed in Pender wreck S 6-1; Caswell intersection said worst in state 
S 25-5; Drugged driver law now being enforced 4-20; 

96-year-old gets OK to drive 14-5; Drunk driving charge on DMV official 
reduced 28-12; NC highway safety film wins a first 30-19; Detailed 
inspections to aid auto safety N 10-6; Drunk-driving arrests soar D 9-8; 
Suspended terms given ex-official D 15-5; NC traffic death toll at record low 
percentage D 31-7; 
HIGHWAY SAFETY 
see also 
PUBLIC OFFICIALS; TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAY SAFETY 



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HIGHWAYS 

$700 million recommended for state's public roads J 14-10; Low bids opened 
for road work J 27-24; 1-40 link through Orange said disastrous J 27-30; Proposed 
1-85 spur criticized F 6-1; Beaucatcher road federal aid seen F 14-6; NC to mull 
4 lane US I from Raleigh to Henderson Mr 5-36; 

Open cut road isn't dead yet Mr 17-5; Beaucatcher, ' either-or' idea? Mr 21-8; 
Road plan draws little opposition Ap 7-3; State could lose $9 million in aid to 
highway system Ap 14-3; 2 solons protest road-closing plan My 1-6; Scott dedicates 
new highway (Greenville-Kins ton) My 6-3; 

Scott set to promote 1-40 Wilmington route My 7-1; Discussion heated in roads 
panel My 22-5; Close-road proposal opposed Je 18-8; SHC unit OKs 1-40 connector 
Jl 20-6; Ways sought to control growth on US 70 west Ag 1-4; Ways sought to 
control growth on US 70 west Ag 1-4; Fayetteville 1-95 bypass gets go-ahead from 
court S 21-1; Attorney will review 1-95 ruling S 22-3; 

Faircloth attacks institutional roadwork clause 8-6; Road to Corolla to 
benefit few 17-1; Duck-to-Corolla road a private affair (ed.) 19-4; Incomplete 
study of 1-40 link charged at hearing N 13-5; 
HIPPIES 

Long hair frustrates city barbers F 1-3; Head shops doing their thing My 31-32; 
HISTORIC SITES 

Ghosts to return to Mordecai House J 28-17; Fund request aired for historic 
sites F 10-6; Office building may be historic site F 17-28; Landmark (Bailey 
home) yields to crowbars Mr 22-22; State buys gold mine property Ap 20-5; State 
keeps gun shop as it was Je 18-38; Agreement seen on site (Fayetteville Arsenal) 
Je 24-3; House-hunt for Governor would be started by bill Je 26-3; 

Sycamore's prize antiques hit the block Jl 8-28; Confederate surrender site 
to be developed Ag 19-28; Poet's home awaits funds Ag 22-3; City may lose historic 
house S 30-54; NC gets US funds for history N 29-5; Blount street homes to be 
preserved D 25-5; 
HISTORY 

Tar Heel pen back in Old North State J 30-22; 
HODGES, LUTHER 

Wage and price controls necessary to stop inflation Ap 20-5; 
HOLIDAYS 

Long weekends due in '71 J 1-8; July 4th emphasis more on individual now Jl 5-2; 
HOLIDAYS 

see also 
LABOR 
HOLLERIN' CONTEST 

Contest revives rural custom (ed,) Ap 5-4; Hollerin* may lure Chinese Ap 16-6; 
Tar Heels hear hollerin' with international flair My 28-3; What' that you said? 
Je 14-3; Hey, Hollerers, contest is Saturday Je 19-3; Farmer's tonsils tops, 
hollers rock countryside Je 20-3; 
HOLLY RIDGE 

Seeks funds for sewers J 24-3; 
HOMOSEXUALS 

Homosexual bar claims harassment Mr 4-40; Stubbs guilty in morals case S 24-3; 
HOSPITALS 

Hospital projects given unit's OK F 13-24; 7 hospitals due to get US funds 
F 25-5; Two hospital measures introduced My 14-7; Cherry hospital chief will resign 
My 29-3; Craven gets packaged hospital Je 18-30; Onslow hospital gets deputy's 
criticism Jl 6-3; Hospital visitor controls are varied Jl 12-3; 

Washington hospital hopes are dim N 4-5; Pcivate funds assure hospital 
(Washington co.) N 7-5; 2 hospitals short on beds N 22-1; Wake hospital announces 
daily room rate increase D 16-11; 



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HOSPITALS (Cont.) 
see also 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
HOTELS, MOTELS AND RESTAURANTS 

Brewer takes over Sir Walter J 23-1; The Sir Walter, quite a story to tell 
Mr 7-1; Kidd Brewer to relinquish Sir Walter ownership Ag 5-58; Landmark Sir 
Walter Hotel changes owners again Ag 10-24; Blast will topple Lee hotel S 3-3; 
HOUSING 

Scott dedicates Lumberton housing F 1-3; NC housing authority has no funds 
F 14-19; Federal apartments lack air funds Mr 1-3; 24 story building for aged 
planned (Raleigh) Mr 11-1; Blacks plan suit to block southside low-rent houses 
(Raleigh) Mr 20-24; Rural housing loan program broadened Ap 19-21; 

Apartment units to be air conditioned Ap 21-30; Apollo Heights residents 
vote to withhold rent Ap 30-40; Housing in Wake 13 substandard My 29-3; 
Apollo residents complain Jl 3-24; Elderly residents picked for high-rise Jl 3-24; 
Residents protest construction Jl 7-25; Housing funds to be rated Ag 4-26; 

Landlords invest deposits S 13-1; Aged say high-rise is heaven N 15-5; 
HOUSING 

see also 
DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING 
HUMAN RESOURCES 

Duke MD (Baker) named human resources dept. head 11-1; Dr. Baker needs to 
overcome doubts (ed.) 13-4; 
HUNTING 

Ouail inspire hearing battle Mr 19-6; 
ILLEGAL POSSESSION 
see 
FIREARMS 
ILLITERACY 

NC adults learn to read, write Ap 2-27; Non-written test to benefit 
illiterates Ap 11-9; 
INCOME 

Income double for Tar Heels My 3-3; 
INDIANS 

Lumbees fight back Jl 11-IV,1; Indians 'make peace' with NC Jl 12-5; 
Tuscaroras send scroll to Scott Ag 5-9; 250 years late, treaty is signed Ag 6-36; 
Parents force school's closing Ag 31-3; High school still closed in protest S 1-3; 
Officers guard Pembroke school 5 3-3; School's attendance normal (Prospect) S 3-3; 

Principal's resignation accepted S 10-3; Indian-owned bank opens in Pembroke 
D 23-5; Lumbee unit forms plan for state organization D 31-5; 
INDUSTRY 

$20 million industry planned for New Bern J 20-3; Area to get $41 million 
GE facility J 30-1; We don't have a policy (ed.) F 17-4; Galifianakis warns 
East on industry F 21-9; Square D to build plant here (Raleigh) N 4-1; Wayne 
site is purchased by British chemical firm (Imperial Chemical Industries) D 9-1; 
INSANITY 
see 
MENTAL HEALTH 
INSURANCE 

Compulsory insurance end sought J 21-3; Study unit may ask repeal of auto 
liability coverage J 23-1; Auto insurance hit J 28-8; Commissioner gets Blue Cross 
evidence F 6-24; Car insurance doesn't adequately protect motorists Ap 4-IV,5; 
Liability rate hike gets OK Ap 15-1; Blue Cross is given rate hike approval Ap 17-3; 



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INSURANCE (Cont.) 

4 insurance bills introduced Ap 21-9; Auto insurance changes sought in 
House measure Ap 23-6; Automobile rate hike plea seen Ap 24-3; Liability law 
repeal is urged by panel Ap 27-1; Lanier laments insurance 'mess' Ap 27-3; 
Senate approves car bumper bill My 1-5; No wonder they oppose 'no fault' (ed.) 
My 8-4; Insurance attorney raps state My 12-7; 

Auto insurance bills proposed My 19-3; House OKs jobless insurance bill 
My 26-3; Lanier questions insurance losses Je 8-5; 2 insurance bills on young 
saved Je 11-8; Auto insurance age bill defeated Je 25-8; Liability repeal gets 
new attack Jl 2-6; Panel keeps alive liability fee plan Jl 6-1; 

Insurance change unlikely Jl 8-11; Taylor, consider insurance in fall Jl 9-6; 
Work insurance rate hike asked Jl 11-7; Auto liability law change said unlikely 
this session Jl 11-8; Liability bills progress Jl 14-3; No-fault study unit 
sought Jl 15-17; Automobile insurance bill passed Jl 21-6; 

Special insurance not for NC S 6-3; Rate decisions delayed S 9-9; Auto 
liability rates affected by 'freeze' S 17-6; Bowles wants no-fault plan 17-5; 
Lanier cautious on driver classification 21-19; Bar pledges support on 
liability reforms 24-8; Auto insurance commission ready for no-fault study D 18-7; 
INTEGRATION 
see 
DESEGREGATION 
INTEREST RATES 

Prime lending rate cut by Wachovia J 7-11; Break seen for small borrowers 
J 16-2; NC banks cut consumer rates J 22-2; Legislators keeping eye on '71 
financial interest J 25-3; NC funds interest lowered F 2-5; Bill would alter 
law on interest F 3-6; NC banks join in interest rate cuts F 17-5; Loans loophole 
gets reprive F 18-3; Interest loophole bill OKd F 26-6; 

Panel okays removal of bond rate ceiling Mr 12-5; Interest rate legislation 
gets Senate panel OK My 20-8; Panel gets interest rate bills Je 3-13; Interest 
hike backed Je 17-10; Action delayed on interest rate Jl 1-5; Panel approves 
bill to increase mortgage rates Jl 8-8; Higher mortgage interest get House OK Jl 9-7; 

Bankers hold hoop for Senate (ed.) Jl 19-4; State raises interest rates 
Jl 21-6; 
INTEREST RATES 
see also 
BANKS AND BANKING 
INVASION OF PRIVACY 
see 
PRIVACY, INVASION OF 
JENKINS, LEO 

Jenkins target of bomb threat J 15-3; Jenkins' looking glass (ed.) F 14-IV,3; 
Jenkins seen as politically serious (ed.) My 4-4; Newspapers perpetrate hoax My 15-17; 
Campaign costs hit by Jenkins Je 6-3; ECU president to stick with medical school 
S 22-23; 'Urged' to enter race D 9-9; 
JENKINS, LEO 
see also 
EDUCATION, HIGHER 
JONES, WALTER B. 

Concern voiced for US fleet Je 27-7; 
JORDAN, B. EVERETT 

Jordan, B Everett in gocd condition after operation F 16-1; Planning to 
seek office again Mr 6-1; Up and running, pledges aid for Galley Ap 1-1; Backs 
pullout bill Je 15-6; Says vote based on POWs Je 24-12; Jordan, "Clarify school 
guidelines" Ag 10-3; Liberal group sees defeat for 5 members of Senate Ag 29-13; 
JUDGES 
see 
COURTS 



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JURIES AND JURY DUTY 

Felon sits on jury in Charlotte J 7-3; State's jurists for jury J 25-6; 
Six-man- jury bill sentenced to death Ap 2-27; 
JURIES AND JURY DUTY 
see also 
COURTS 
JUVENILE CORRECTION 

Training schools 'rotten' system? J 10-1; Long-range needs on delinquency 
cited J 10-3; Juvenile correction's contrasts (ed.) J 12-4; Need cited in 
juvenile corrections J 12-5; Ex-inmate describes 'inhuman treatment' F 10-3; 
System rotten (ed.) F 11-4; Cruelty charges denied F 12-5; 

Scott asks probe of juvenile system F 13-1; Group backs Scott on probe 
F 24-5; Out of sight and mind (ed.) F 25-4; Juvenile correction needs cited 
at meet Mr 7-16; Project's aim is counseling (Swannanoa) My 3-7; Juvenile pay 
plan approved My 6-6; Mary wants out, but key snarled in controversy Je 20-7; 

Juvenile penal system to be probed Ag 7-3; State's two training schools 
for girls differ greatly Ag 9-7; Detention center here termed worst in state 
Ag 15-1; Wake detention home deserves better (ed.) Ag 17-4; Wake jail holds 
Raleigh youth, 15 Ag 17-28; Wake jail rejected for juveniles' use Ag 19-70; 

New staff will reopen detention center Monday Ag 21-24; Juvenile center 
gets staff with commitment to love Ag 24-26; Detention home object of unconcern 
(ed.) S 2-4; Jones ousts new staff at Wake juvenile center S 4-24; Commissioners 
to consider juvenile center director. Staff hiring said permitted S 7-26; 

Juvenile center gets temporary director (Holmes) S 9-54; Juvenile study 
due in February S 11-5; Citizens ask reform for juvenile center S 14-28; 
Operator, directors board named for juvenile center S 17-36; Wake youth home 
said getting feet on ground S 24-22; 

Police chief (Raleigh) cites youth squad need 10-11; Lee 'predelinquent' 
home hopes to set boys straight 14-5; Young inmates get penal group's eye 
31-14; 
JUVENILES 
see 
CHILDREN AND YOUTH 
KIDNAPPING 

Third man held (Sales, Bennett) J 19-3; Two NC youths held in kidnap case 
J 26-3; T^o receive life (Fayetteville) F 4-3; Raleigh man abducted, shot Mr 12-6; 
Kenly woman tells of abduction My 1-1; T#o held in robbery, kidnaping Je 8-10; 
Airline official (Winston-Salem) calls bluff as jet hijacking thwarted Je 19-1; 

Kidnapping charges filed against four Je 27-6; Charges filed on five men 
Ag 10-3; Taxi driver kidnaped (Naylor) Ag 13-32; 2 sentenced in kidnap of mayor 
S 18-3; 
KINDERGARTENS 

Board delays opening of six kindergartens Jl 16-8; Child drawings are a 
'mirror' Ag 9-3; NC seeks kindergarten fund help N 15-1; 
KITTRELL COLLEGE 

Changes are internal D 26-5; 
KU KLUX KLAN 

Former chief (Crider) sues, charging conspiracy Je 29-3; Rally, dinner slated 
in Wilmington Je 29-3; Blacks plan Klan protest in Wilmington Jl 2-9; Extra police 
duty slated in Wilmington Jl 3-17; Rally draws 250 spectators Jl 5-32; Ousted KKK 
head starts court fight Jl 18-14; Police chief, Klan leader plan meeting Ag 6-26; 

Police chief rejects Klan auxiliary offer Ag 7-3; Murray's job motion denied 
Ag 7-3; Klan won't hear Black's speech Ag 13-11; School building set (Beltcn, S. C. 
Ag 23-7; Hearing set (Charlotte) Ag 27-3; Klansman (Murray) firing upheld S 10-3; 
Klan leader blames group for bombing (Charlotte) 21-57; 



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KU KLUX KLAN (Cont.) 

Wilmington chief denies joint patrol with Ku Klux N 5-32; Judge orders 
acquittal in Klan shooting N 10-23; Klan chief's rights violated, judge says 
D 3-31; 
KU KLUX KLAN 
see also 
VIOLENCE 
LABOR 

Four-day work week comes to Carolina J 3-IV,2; Industrial hygenist, that 
will be her job J 8-1; In NLRB case Duke could be 1st domino J 8-18; Wage hike 
would affect 76,000 J 16-6; Labor law violations cited in NC F 11-35; Minimum 
wage hike gets house committee's OK Mr 3-3; Blueberry firm admits violations 
Fair Labor Standards Act Mr 4-7; Minimum wage hike OKd Mr 5-5; 

Minimum wage hike clears House Mr 10-6; Minimum wage hike approved Mr 31-1; 
Report says NC wages up Ap 8-24; Health standards upgrading seen Ap 18-7; Blue- 
collar, clerical pay lags in state Ap 29-1; NC wage law effective today Jl 1-53; 
Labor board cites Drexel on practices Jl 6-3; Hobby blasts gap between work and 
wages in state S 6-3; 
LABOR UNIONS 

Shelby council, fireman union at loggerheads Ap 10-15; Unionized public 
employee urged Ap 14-6; Firemen's bill killed by panel Ap 28-6; Unionism is 
growing in the South Je 20-9; Textile union asks better wage parity Je 28-6; 
Smithfield tobacco plant signs pact with union Ag 17-3; Union questions picket 
proposal Ag 17-5; 
LAW AND ORDER 
see 
LAW ENFORCEMENT 
LAW ENFORCEMENT 

State shoulders justice burden J 12-3; Good law-and-order package (ed.) 
J 13-4; Measure would restore constable office in Wayne J 19-7; Committee OKs 
bill on wounds J 20-3; Bail denial bill draws house fire F 24-14; Chief says 
job done properly (Wilmington) Mr 13-8; Crime aid given state Mr 23-8; 

Schools get warning on sheriff's aid Ap 3-3; Senate approves increase in 
Capitol police powers Ap 8-24; Capitol police don't need this power (ed c ) Ap 14-4; 
Panel OKs bill on capitol police Ap 23-9; Auxiliary police forces are dangerous 
(ed.) Ap 29-4; Capitol police bill OKd My 1-5; 

Many like police better than court My 8-3; Grants disclosed My 15-3; Law 
and order panel allocates federal funds Je 26-17; PIN will help policemen pin down 
law violators Jl 4-3; Governor opposes state police force Jl 27-5; Charlotte 
police find Snoopy pays Ag 19-7; 
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS 

Night scene officer sees F 15-6; Two Lenoir policemen suspended in protest 
F 26-3; Committee reprives lawmen's PR agency F 27-5; Cities finding few black 
policemen Mr 1-1; 51 named in Charlotte rights suit Mr 4-40; Wilmington chief 
of police criticized by district judge Mr 11-7; 

Chief says black officer jailed for 'his protection' Mr 17-3; High Point 
gives officer (Pritchett) new image Mr 22-16; Group requests better training 
for police Ap 6-6; Police licensing sought Ap 10-3; Lawyer discusses need for 
academy Ap 28-5; Mount Holly police chief suspended My 12-3; 

Shotgun blast wounds officer My 23-14; Dunn to get new chief of police 
My 27-39; 'Arrest quotas' alleged by Raleigh police meeting secretly Je 24~48; 
Policemen's back pocket hinders citation Jl 2-3; Four NC officers facing legal 
action Jl 27-3; Man shot by officers in arrest (Sims) Ag 7-8; 

Officer tells of shooting (Wilmington) Ag 19-6; Shot officer still likes 
job Ag 23-28; Lawmen to train in smoke reading Ag 25-5; 



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LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS (Cont.) 

Wake Forest board fires policeman S 1-34; The black cop, man in the middle 
S 5-IV,l; Wildlife agent (McCall) killed in Burke S 7-1; Trooper cleared in 
SBI Pitt probe S 26-1; Robert E. Goodwin new Raleigh police chief 5-28; 
Slain deputy buried in Durham 8-12; Fayetteville suspends policeman N 2-5; 

Town's (Spring Lake) black police chief doesn't foresee trouble N 10-5; 
2d man held in deputy wounding N 15-5; Man killed by deputies in shootout 
N 12-29; Big manhunt seeks pair for shooting of deputy N 12-30; Officers urged 
to use reason D 3-8; Three jailers say firing linked to news stories D 11-5; 

Chief jailer, firings unjustified D 14-5; Cumberland's chief jailer resigns 
D 15-5; Henderson police chief to resign D 31-5; 
LAWS 

Rep. Twiggs asks repeal of old laws F 5-6; Twiggs bill introduced (repeal 
1901 law) F 7-8; Riot control act sections ruled unconstitutional F 24-3; Meat 
bill enacted Mr 5-5; How bill goes through Assembly Mr 7-4; Twiggs continues 
crusade, old laws' repeal sought Mr 25-9; Twiggs' ax chops laws from books Ap 18-9; 
LAWSUITS 

Burney bill proposes 'tort' suits Ap 28-6; 
LAWYERS 

HEW grant to provide legal aid J 17-4; Durham said paying too much to 
lawyers F 4-3; Public interest law firm slated Ap 4-11,12; For the defense 
(Public Defenders) Je 20-IV,l; Scott-named lawyers earn $500,000 (employment 
by state) Jl 4-1; 270 applicants pass bar exam Ag 18-19; 
LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES 

League sets 62nd meeting 7-6; Meet draws delegates, politicians 11-6; 
LEGAL AID 

Counsel waiver law is amended 30-6; NC prison officials mull court ruling 
on legal aid N 10-6; US funding divorces in Durham N 19-7; Small claims court 
here little known citizen aid N 28-5; 
LEGISLATIVE SERVICES COMM 

Unit picks new chief (Bailey) Ag 12-20; 
LEGISLATORS 

Ouinn, Ramsey seek votes for speaker's post in '73 J 16-6; Tommy Harrelson 
is alive and well F 21-6; Baugh, Assembly comes first Mr 7-4; Cite pay loss 
while serving in Assembly Mr 9-5; Rev. McNeill Smith seeks state income tax 
increase Mr 13-5; Being retired helps, some legislators feel Ap 11-8; 

Two women solons (finally) agree Ap 25-4; Women legislators speak Ap 30-19; 
His (Rauch) plan would reward government efficiency My 2-11,12; McGeachy says 
trustees, central unit needed My 7-6; Pearls of wisdom guide NC lawmakers Je 6-4; 
Who is best dressed of ail legislators? Je 27-111,1; 

Burney, John, pulling key strings in Assembly Je 27-IV,5; Pensions no longer 
are free Jl 16-6; Pension plan draws fire Jl 17-3; Freshman class of '71 a 
varied lot Jl 18-IV,2; Dickens would have felt right at home here Jl 18-IV,3; 
House rejects legislative retirement funding Jl 20-1; 

Dump Assembly pension scheme (ed.) Jl 20-4; Legislative retirement repeal 
appears doomed Jl 21-1; Pension plan, finish it off (ed ) Jl 21-4; Retirement 
repeal seems doomed Jl 21-6; Legislative pensions plan stays Jl 22-3; Senator 
(McLendon) proposes lobby for public D 7-27; 
LEGISLATORS 
see also 
BIOGRAPHY; names of controversial issues 
LEGISLATURE 

Pre-assembly activity goes in high gear J 10-1; Legislators set up shop; 
Gurganus named liaison J 12-1; Convenes at noon today J 13-1; Rules panel 
seats Quinn, adopts temporary rules J 14-12; 



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LEGISLATURE (Cont.) 

Henley, Burney head senate money panels J 14-15; Security just one job 
of sergeants-at-arms J 16-7; Consensus, we're off to a good start J 17-3; 
First week time for sparring J 18-1; Annual sessions bill introduced J 20-8; 
Boating bill wins wide approval J 20-8; 

Royall, Quinn to lead house money committees J 20-8; Committee jobs 
filled for house J 21-3; Second bill on sessions introduced J 21-3; 11 House 
units filled by Godwin J 22-6; House short assignments for 9 units J 23-6; 
New legislator, court, teachers highlight session J 24-4; Eure's legislative 
school J 27-6; Money matters to top NC Legislative agenda F 1-3; 

Assembly's low ranking stuns NC legislators F 4-1; Review it later (ed.) 
F 8-4; Pat Taylor, consider single unit F 8-7; Assembly hears NC evangelist 
(Graham) F 19-1; Power loss seen in East districts F 24-14; Study urged of 
60 member Senate F 25-3; Blood pressures rise with debate Mr 14-12; 

Four day week certain for Legislature Mr 21-7; Legislative costs up this 
year Mr 23-5; Godwin wants earlier start Mr 26-7; May begin to stir on 
significant issues Mr 29-3; Resolution makes plea for pardon for Galley Ap 1-2; 
129th legislature nears halfway mark Ap 4-8; 

Veto, annual sessions bills killed by Senate committee Ap 17-5; Assembly 
to focus on big issue--money My 9-4; Assembly chiefs pushing action My 9-7; 
Assembly gets prod into last roundup My 12-6; Break in summer urged My 13-12; 
Date set for money decisions My 15-1; Legal eagles tackle quail, catfish My 16-1; 

Senate approves measure for Assembly retirement My 20-8; McGeachy, modernize 
legislature My 29-6; World Law resolution rejected Je 17-11; Money bill debut 
to mark beginning of the end Je 21-7; Marathon talks guide decisions Je 23-3; 
Secretaries asked for all lawmakers Je 23-6; No date set for reconvening Je 24-1; 

Calendar unit named in House Je 26-3; Assemblies on Saturday are history 
Je 27-1; Retirement plan widened by House Jl 3-3; Solons delay adjournment 
Jl 3-3; Assembly lurches ahead, adjournment date cloudy Jl 11-1; Losers were 
biggest news in 1971 Assembly Jl 12-28; Numbered seats OKd Jl 16-6; 

The 1971 session Jl 18-IV,1; Weary lawmakers in the homestretch now Jl 19-1; 
Assembly leaves, Scott lauds record Jl 22-1; Assembly praised by Scott Jl 22-6; 
Numbered Senate seats established by Assembly Jl 22-6; Legislation means White 
can remain on committee Jl 22-10; For better or worse, it's all over Jl 22-11; 

Assembly reluctant to take 'big jump' Jl 25-9; 'Numbered seats' less 
representative (ed.) Jl 27-4; Moving toward annual sessions Ag 1-IV,5; Numbered 
seat plan out in 22 districts S 11-5; General Assembly reconvening today 26-1; 
Allen gets top post in Senate 27-7; Effort to widen agenda continue 28-8; 
LEGISLATURE 
see also 
LEGISLATORS; POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 
LIBEL 

Appeal refused in libel case (N&O) J 23-24; 
LIBRARIES 

Durham public library faces crisis F 22-6; Knightdale library to open in 
Fall Jl 21-28; Court library needs cited 4-7; NC law library system said 
critical need N 17-6; NCSU volumes travel worldwide D 19-6; 
LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 

Assembly gets bill (DeBruhl) J 29-1; Eat, drink and be leery of the law 
F 7-V,l; Senator gets in plea ahead of liqr.or bill F 9-18; Debated for Tar 
Heel Jaycees benefit F 14-5; Liquor votes proposed F 20-6; Faborable report 
expected on bill Mr 3-1; Measure hits snag Mr 4-1; 

Liquor bill opponents optimistic Mr 5-5; Bill gets House committee OK 
Mr 11-1; Crucial liquor vote today Mr 16-5; 



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LIQUCR BY THE DRINK (Cont. ) 

Proposal defeated in House by 11 votes Mr 17-1; Liquor bill planned for 
Moore Mr 19-1; Liquor by the drink sought for Moore Ap 9-6; Moore County bill 
approved by House panel Ap 15-6; Drink bill for Moore advances Ap 16-7; Moore 
liquor vote OKd Ap 21-1; Bill for Moore gets Senate unit OK Ap 28-6; Moore 
bill wins test and nears approval Ap 30-1; 

Senate enacts into law Moore drink measure My 1-1; Moore bill called taste 
test. Official hopes other counties vote My 2-7; Drink bill to include brown 
bag My 20-9; Mecklenburg bill on drink offered My 27-7; Panel OKs Mecklenburg 
drink bill Je 2-6; Finance unit OKs Mecklenburg bill Je 3-11; 2nd by-drink bill 
gets Senate OK Je 4-1; Mecklenburg liquor bill passes Senate Je 5-5; 

Mecklenburg drink bill fate in House Je 7-3; Panel OKs liquor bill Je 10-18; 
Liquor bill postponed Je 16-6; Mecklenburg bill gets tentative House OK Je 17-1; 
Mecklenburg gets by-drink vote Je 18-1; No last call for Wake drink bill Je 22-3; 
Statewide drink bill readies Je 24-8; Measure advances Je 25-1; 

Methodist heads rap drink bills Je 29-5; 'By-drink' passes House committee 
Je 30-5; Large margin beats statewide drink bill Jl 2-6; Moore gets liquor vote 
into focus Jl 11-1; Liquor forces made headway Jl 18-IV,2; Anti-liquor drive 
head appointed Jl 29-8; Liquor vote set in Mecklenburg S 2-3; 

Mixed drink petition filed (Carthage) S 22-3; Vote supporters offer aid 
in Mecklenburg 8-8; Judge sees flaw in by-drink law 27-1; By-drink ruling 
appeal is filed 29-7; Both sides use scare tactics on liquor N 4-6; NC court 
will hear arguments N 4-6; Mecklenburg OKs mixed drink sales N 6-1; 

By-drink approval for state foreseen N 7-5; Appeal hearing may be soon 
N 10-23; Morgan brief challenges mixed-drink bill ruling N 26-6; High court 
to get pleas Dec 14 in by-drink case N 27-7; State top court to hear by-drink 
D 14-7; Court urged to rule on liquor act D 15-5; 
LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 
see also 
ABC; ALCOHOL; HIGHWAY SAFETY 
LITERACY 
see 
ILLITERACY 
LOBBYING AND LOBBYISTS 

Seven register with Eure J 15-5; 37 lobbyists are registered J 30-7; 
State's toothless law is no scandal deterrent F 7-7; Labor lobby arrives at 
General Assembly Ap 14-6; Truckers' Assembly tab, $19,837 Ag 13-10; 30 lobbyists 
fail to file reports Ag 21-5; 
LOCAL AFFAIRS 

Department seeks more state money F 12-6; Department's budget comes under 
legislative scrutiny My 9-8; Agency sentenced to death Je 17-9; House committee 
vote saves life of NC Local Affairs dept. Je 18-6; Local affairs unit clings to 
life Je 19-5; 
LOCAL AFFAIRS 
see also 
NATURAL AND ECONOMIC RESOURCES 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

City ordinance said not binding on state F 17-28; Mecklenburg consolidation 
plan defeated Mr 23-1; Charlotte vote called reaffirmation of power of conservative 
vote Mr 25-34; State pay sought for city services Mr 26-7; In Richfield, your 
vote's no secret My 7-3; House approves city elections law Je 24-9; 

House backs suits against localities Jl 10-5; Localities get armful of 
goodies Jl 18-IV,2; Millions lost through idle money Jl 25-1; Unit considering 
investment plan Jl 25-6; Counties split on fund sharing Ag 13-3; 



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MALCOM X UNIV 

Malcolm X Univ may buy prep school S 2-8; Use of school declined S 6-3; 
MAN WILL NEVER FLY SOCIETY 

'Protesters' walk out on Wright film My 27-6; Group proves members can 
•fly high' D 17-5; 
MARIJUANA 
see 
DRUGS 
MARINE SCIENCE CENTERS 
see 
OCEANS AND OCEANOGRAPHY 
MEDICAID; MEDICARE 
see 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
MEDICAL EDUCATION 

More aid sought for med students J 29-3; Charlotte drops med school idea 
F 12-33; Aid urged by West F 17-9; Med school aid stymied F 19-5; Coordinated 
plan to train more NC doctors F 23-4; Medical loan plan future to be decided 
in Assembly My 10-6; Tarboro medicine plan signed Je 9-2; Group halts aid for 
med students S 18-18; 
MEDICAL EDUCATION 
see also 
MEDICAL SCHOOLS 
MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

Medical examiner 'delays* studied Mr 4-15; Coroners may survive attempt to 
further reduce ranks My 19-6; 2 counties name medical examiners 12-5; 
MEDICAL SCHOOLS 

Concern about patients (UNC-CH) J 31-IV,22; Bar many top students F 21-1; 
Med schools said on financial brink My 5-26; 2 private med schools in fund woes 
Je 21-1; UNC medical school to expand by local affiliations Jl 6-3; UNC med 
school class increased Ag 29-3; 
MEDICAL SOCIETY OF NC 

Medical building gets dedication 11-28; 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 

Insurance companies accept alcoholism as disease J 2-3; Legislature may hold 
key to medicaid program future J 3-5; Medicare expects few dropouts J 6-3; 
Hospital, training sites proposed J 8-36; State concentrates on community 
alcoholism programs J 11-3; Measles outbreak hits state J 16-3; 

Health program requests feel sharp ax J 17-3; Young NC doctors push health 
act use J 17-4; X-ray dose termed dangerous J 27-3; Health project gets 
director J 27-30; Welfare may cut medicaid payments J 27-30; Wounds bill given 
local status J 29-3; How to lure doctors J 31-IV,3; 

Robeson behind on Medicaid F 4-3; Some hospitals still dispense drugs on 
FDA list F 9-3; Plan outlined to ease need for NC doctors F 16-6; Got the 
blahs? Could be mysterious flu-like virus Mr 6-24; Crisis for the state's 
•pain doctors' Mr 7-IV,7; Blood transfusion bills face study Mr 12-7; 

Subsidies for doctors proposed Mr 13-5; Counties told medicaid payments 
must be made Mr 16-3; Kidney bill approved by committee Mr 19-29; Medicaid 
funds running short Mr 22-1; Plan suggested to cut medicaid abuses Mr 31-1; 
Medicaid review OKd by board Ap 9-12; 

Computer takes patient's history Ap 11-10; Ways to cut medicaid discussed 
Ap 14-10; Medicaid abuses, not what the doctor ordered Ap 19-1; Talk session 
set for Wake health needs Ap 22-51; You can't afford to be ailing now Ap 25-1; 
What ails US health care? Shortage of doctors Ap 26-1; 



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MEDICINE AND HEALTH (Cont.) 

Careful shopping can cut cost of prescription drugs Ap 28-8; Family doctor 
to be replaced My 1-24; High cost of being born My 2-IV,l; Virus may provide a 
way to change gene makeup My 3-7; Regional health units advocated My 11-7; Loan 
plan on Medicaid enacted by Assembly My 15-3; Medical committee picked by NC 
Society My 20-3; Podiatrists get foot in door My 21-7; 

Bowles urges health study My 28-6; Subcommittee searching for plan to 
handle revolving door drunks My 31-5; Risk taken in cutting Medicaid Je 16-34; 
Counties all able to pay medicaid bills fully Je 19-3; Wake commissioners upset 
at state Medicaid position Je 22-17; State may pay more medicaid Jl 3-3; 

Medicaid cutbacks bitter medicine to some groups Jl 6-5; Medicaid cutback 
brings bitter news (ed.) Jl 7-4; Health care for rural communities Jl li-IV,3; 
Portion of plan to check on medicaid abuse halted Jl 11-7; Wake is free of 
typhoid cases Jl 12-5; Assembly enacts measure to aid medically indigent Jl 21-6; 

NC ranks near bottom in measles inoculation Jl 21-28; Tick-bite disease 
climbing in NC Jl 23-3; Disease carrier lurks in state (tick) Jl 28-1; 
Perquimans gets a doctor Jl 30-3; Measles vaccine ia\* to be waived Ag 27-36; 
Community (Walstonburg) raising money for 1st nurse-run clinic 3-5; 

Health care basic right, Tar Heel says 14-6; NC medicaid plan said 
working well 14-12; Nursing home funds sought on Medicaid 19-5; House OKs 
bill removing $14 nursing home, limit 29-6; Nursing home limit raised 30-6; 
Reye syndrome kills three children N 11-7; Craig sees changes in nursing aid 
N 11-9; Social services unit challenges HEW regulations N 11-9; 

State program will defray kidney treatment expense N 23-6; State will drop 
medicaid contract D 9-14; Blue Cross help termed expendable D 10-36; NC medical 
groups await guides D 17-7; 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
see also 
DENTISTS; DOCTORS; HOSPITALS; MENTAL HEALTH; MIDWIVES; NURSES AND NURSING 
MENTAL HEALTH 

Mental care costs topic of measure F 10-6; Agency asks $40 million hike in 
budget F 11-8; Retarded are stored away F 22-1; Parental liability for minors 
in state institutions F 24-14; Lack of care for retarded cited Mr 3-5; Camp 
for disturbed boys announced Mr 31-3; Asylum bill sets rights of patients Ap 10-3; 

Legislators tour Goldsboro units Ap 14-20; First woman superintendent 
explains Dorothea Dix rehabilitation My 4-15; When nobody will listen, Hopeline 
My 9-IV,l; Mentally ill rights move supported My 13-47; Needs stressed by 
Taylor My 27-48; Attack on patient reported in Wayne Je 14-3; 

Hope for autistic children Je 20-IV,3; Reasons given for Justice probe of 
hospitals Ag 3-3; Department looks forward S 19-7; Home for troubled youths 
opens 12-5; NC mental health group installs chief 29-28; A devolution 9 in 
mental care N 21-IV,1; 8 Berry probe almost finished D 23-8; 
MEREDITH COLLEGE 

President to get Richmond post Mr 26-36; Meredith graduates 220 My 16-3; 
Meredith names acting president (Burris) Ag 5-17; Board OKs new degree S 26-8; 
Meredith College elects president (Weems) 15-1; 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Methodists are losing members Je 2-3; Methodists list area positions Je 6-7; 
Methodists give OK to pensions 24-4; 
MIDWIVES 

Midwives return in modern role. Mothers talk about midwives F 23-10; Are 
'Granny midwives' on the way out? Ag 1-IV,7; 



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MIGRANT LABOR 

Camp bill draws protest My 21-12; Strengthen migrant camp regulations (ed.) 
My 25-4; Sen. Wood opposes changes in migrant labor camp bill Je 8-6; Senate 
panel OKs labor camp proposal Je 23-6; Migrant camp bill killed by Senate Jl 7-8; 
Federally funded NC agency helps migrants S 16-30; Free food service to migrants 
set up 3-6; 
MILITARY BASES 

NC base will keep operating J 20-1; Funds given to restyle Bragg life F 10-3; 
New Bragg head 'mayor' S 22-3; Racism hearing slated at Bragg N 12-30; 
MILITARY FORCES AND TRAINING 

Marines barred from Jacksonville area J 21-7; New role for Green Berets 
(Ft. Bragg) J 24-IV,l; Berets lend hand in Anson County J 27-3; 40 officers 
seek Marine 'Justice' F 18-16; Future uncertain for Green Berets Mr 14-10; 
War games set along NC coast Ap 16-6; 

Navy dedicates recruiting station Ap 17-17; Marines leave Morehead, Haiti 
deployment denied Ap 24-3; Bragg officers questioned on antiwar advertisement 
My 25-3; Greening of the berets My 30-IV,l; Marine recruits fall ill Jl 5-25; 
Pushup exercises blamed for illness of 39 marines Jl 6-1; 

Recruits continue recovery Jl 7-3; 2 DIs cleared at Parris Island Jl 21-3; 
Army elite delight boys at special summer camp Jl 24-3; Safer practice bomb 
tested Ag 10-3; Two marines die during training S 20-1; Charges unlikely in 
base deaths S 21-3; Berets aid retarded youth 30-5; 
MILK 

Board won't set milk price J 13-1; Milk processing profits put at 2.6 % 
F 3-8; Trade order revision eyed Mr 24-32; Milk 'Czar* sought to replace 
commission Ap 8-26; Hearing OKd on class II milk My 12-7; Measure would trim 
milk panel My 20-9; Suit against dairies termed successful My 23-14; 

Commission grants hike in price of class II milk My 26-3; Commission 
blamed for costly milk Je 4-7; Co-op told to pay producers Je 9-3; Unit OKs 
bill to revamp milk panel Je 18-9; Milk price deal has sour smell (ed.) Je 26-4; 
Senate approves banning promotional sale of milk Je 30-5; 

'Loss leader' milk ban now law Jl 7-1; 4 dairies are ruled in violation Ag 
11-3; Panel delays action on dairies S 1-9; Commission suspends licenses of 4 
dairy farms S 11-6; Scott plans new milk panel S 29-1; Public dominates new 
milk panel 22-1; New panel cautious on price dispute 24-8; Charlotte 
banker heads milk panel (Poisson) N 9-6; 
MINES AND MINING 

Tar Heel gold rush F 28-IV,l; Tar Heel finds big gem My 17-1; Mine bill 
advances Je 10-19; Tungsten mine to close Ag 11-17; Diggers flock to Hiddenite 
Ag 20-1; Smithsonian seeks hiddenite emeralds S 3-5; Report is due today en 
phosphate mining 14-5; Phosphate mining dangers discounted in study report 
15-1; Pumping regulation in new permit vexes TGS officials D 11-5; 

Texas Gulf Co. accepts state board restrictions D 23-12; 
MINIMUM WAGE 
see 
LABOR 
MINUTEMEN 

Stickers appearing Mr 1-3; 
MISS NORTH CAROLINA 

Miss Black NC is A&T student My 24-20; The woman inside the queen (Connie 
Lerner) Je 13-IV,1; Policeman keeps eye on girls Je 17-3; New queen returns 
to cheers Je 21-1; 
MISSING PERSONS 

Henderson man still missing (White) My 27-3; Citizens post $1,000 for man 
My 29-5; Search for missing man continues (White) Je 6-9; Rescue squad finds 
Craven man's body Je 9-10; Missing man's car in Kerr Lake Je 11-1; 



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MISSING PERSONS 

Search for Henderson man temporarily called off Je 12-3; Adrift 10 days, 
family rescued Je 16-1; CAP seeks airplane in mountains Jl 4-11,10; Missing 
airplane sought Jl 5-24; Three missing from boat (Cape Fear) rescuers continue 
search Jl 7-3; Yawl found but others still lost Jl 8-1; 

Officers find body (Carroll) two face charges Jl 8-3; Cape Fear search 
off for missing Jl 9-3; 3 women found safe, boat lost Jl 13-3; Skeleton 
tentatively identified (Suttles) Jl 14-6; 2 cases mysteriously alike Jl 19-28; 
Missing man (Joyner) found dead Ag 2-3; 

Two men missing as wind storm disabled boats along coast 12-5; Carteret 
county boatman's body found in a net 13-19; 
MISSING PERSONS 
see also 
KIDNAPPING 
MODEL CITIES PROGRAM 

Charlotte gets HUD contract F 3-23; 
MORGAN, ROBERT 

Preventative action can avert school unrest F 19-5; Morgan eyeing governor' 
race Mr 3-1; Genuine patriotism is respecting the freedom of all individuals 
Jl 25-IV,3; Is Morgan signaling a broader view? (ed») Jl 25-IV,4; Morgan says 
he can get black vote Ag 20-1; Will keep post, campaign S 19-1; 

Morgan a victim of crime statistics S 22-23; Rules out race for governor 
N 18-1; Morgan practicing good politics (ed.) N 19-4; Morgan officially seeks 
reelection D 9-8; 
MORGAN, ROBERT 
see also 
CONSUMER PROTECTION; EDUCATION, HIGHER 
MOTION PICTURES 

NC film named best N 28-6; 
MOTOR VEHICLES 

New rules eyed on motorcycles 24-5; 
MOUNT HOLLY 

Police chief dismissed Je 16-3; 
MULLET FESTIVAL 

Mess of folks honor the mullet 10-5; 
MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES 
see 
LABOR; LABOR UNIONS; names of cities 
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT 
see 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT 
MURDER TRIALS 

Case (Honeycutt) ends a 2d time in mistrial J 8-16; No jurors seated in 
Bunn trial J 26-3; Jury chosen for Dunn trial J 28-38; Officer testifies in 
Bunn trial J 30-3; Defendent (Bunn) 'dog drunk' J 31-3; Jury action expected 
in killing (Bunn) F 1-3; Defendent testifies in murder trial (Bunn) F 2-3; 

Man (Bunn) gets life in Goldsboro slaying F 3-3; Order may free Broadnax 
Mr 14-4; White jury selected in Carthage Mr 16-5; Police chief's trial slated 
Mr 17-5; Black officer says victim followed his car twice Mr 18-3; Patrolman 
says victim hit him Mr 19-3; Jury eyes fate of policeman Mr 20-3; 

Stay issued in execution of Atkinson Mr 20-3; SBI agent testifies in Elm 
City case Mr 23-3; Witness testifies to knifing Mr 24-16; Arguments ended in 
Elm City trial Mr 24-26; Elm eity ex-police chief acquited Mr 25-3; Gang 
members acquitted in slaying Mr 26-3; Man (Frasier) sentenced to death My 8-8; 



50 

MURDER TRIALS (Cont.) 

Man (Miller) sentenced in gun slaying of policeman My 10-21; Court grants 
Vestal new trial My 13-3; Convicted witness (Sisneros) testifies My 14-3; Man 
(Strickland) sentenced to life My 15-3; NC Supreme Court upholds life sentence 
My 15-8; Court's Vestal case ruling echoes 'Tom Dooley' trial My 17-1; 

Man (Thompson) gets life term in slaying My 21-12; Local man (Cole) 
sentenced for murder My 22-16; Teenager given 70 years Je 4-3; Stovall boy is 
sentenced Jl 15-3; Four (Rockingham) face murder trial Jl 16-3; Bus driver 
(Hughes) acquitted Ag 14-3; Officer (Points) innocent in death Ag 20-8; 

Lane (fisheries inspector) case given date with jury S 15-5; Farmer 
(Honeycutt) faces third trial S 17-3; Testimony delayed murder trial (Willis) 
S 24-3; Greenville man gets death for slayings S 25-3; Witness describes 
slaying (Willis trial) S 28-3; Woman informer tells of police tipoff (Willis 
trial) S 29-3; Witness says he paid for killing (Willis) S 30-6; 

Willis convicted in Carteret slaying 2-3; Fisheries official faces 
trial soon 30-5; Gets 20 years (Ratley) N 4-5; Judge sentences man (Merrill) 
for murder N 5-5; Accessory pleads guilty, gets 6 years (Richardson) N 6-5; 
Marie Hill gets life in prison N 9-1; 

Lane trial slated Wednesday in Onslow N 16-5; Official pleads innocent in 
Sneads Ferry killing N 18-5; Fisheries inspector says he killed in self defense 
N 19-5; Fisheries inspector acquitted in killing N 20-5; Guilty plea gets man 
(Calaway) 120 years D 1-5; 
MURDERS 

Woman (Becoat) held in shooting J 2-22; Two charged in slaying of state 
employee (Kelly) J 8-3; 80 murders, 2 unsolved in Charlotte J 9-8; Man 
(Benjamin) freed of charges in death J 14-3; Brother questioned in slaying 
(Rutledge) J 18-3; Marine (Keim) charged in wife's death J 29-33; 

Student charged in slaying (McLean) F 6-3; Mother and 2 sons found shot 
(Presley) F 7-3; 3rd man arrested in woman's (Keim) death F 12-3; Durham 
police look for missing couple F 17-1; No clue to fate of couple F 18-50; 
Sanford man (Murchinson) charged in woman's death F 23-3; Deputies continue 
search for killer of Wake farmer F 24=30; 

Bodies of student, girl found in woods F 26-1; Young couple said 
strangled to death F 27-1; 4 men sought as killers of Mount Airy detective 
F 27-3; Murders (Holland, Morgan) unsolved, but not forgotten F 28-1; Dunn 
couple held in murder Mr 13-3; Boy (Woodford) charged in man's death Mr 13-8; 

Wife held in husband's arsenic death (Holder) Mr 14-16; Wilmington killer 
being sought Mr 16-3; Young wife of GI fatally stabbed Mr 21-4; Wilmington 
chief says information withheld Mr 29-18; Wilmington slaying (Wright) probe 
stymied Ap 4-4; Arsenic murders not uncommon Ap 4-7; 

Three women killed by shotgun blasts (Erwin) Ap 4-11,12; Erwin man 
(Hamilton) held in triple slayings Ap 5-3; Examination ordered for Hamilton 
Ap 9-10; Soldier is charged in infant's death Ap 9-10; Shaw man (Leak) 
found slain in Inn here Ap 10-1; Scott sets rewards in 4 slayings Ap 10-15; 

Examiner, Leak shot three times Ap 11-17; Mother charged in twins' death 
Ap 18-5; Man (Hannah) charged in slaying Ap 22-57; Psychiatrist, nurse found 
8 tabbed at Morganton unit Ap 23-3; Unknown gunman kills 1, wounds 6 outside 
tavern Ap 27-3; Slaying of girl (Melvin) is probed Ap 28-3; 

Husband (Guyn) held in wife slaying My 4-10; Autopsy set in death of 
investigator (Fayetteville) My 7-3; $1 million asked after son's (Mebane) 
death My 18-3; Wake man's (Wall) murder charged after arrest My 26-25; Local 
woman cleared of charge on infant My 27-48; Girl's death at 0' Berry is probed 
Je 8-1; Kan (Harris) held in NJ in Wake killing Je 8-10; 



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MURDERS (Cont.) 

Inmate's competence poses problem in 0' Berry death Je 9-1; Killing revives 
0' Berry Center criticism Je 10-1; 0' Berry killing a warehouse death (ed.) Je 10-4; 
Double murder, suicide ruled (Jacksonville) Je 11-3; Retardate charged in 
slaying Je 12-3; Body decapitated, storekeeper charged Je 17-3; 

Doctors to observe retardate Je 17-3; Young VISTA girl's murder still 
secret of mountains Je 20-7; Policeman killed by policeman (Wilmington ) Je 25-3; 
Inmate (Jones) is charged in farmer's murder Je 29-26; Two women slain in Martin 
Je 30-8; Man (Raynor) held in shooting fatality Jl 5-24; 

Police arrest suspect (Davis) Jl 7-3; 4 High Point men charged in slaying 
Jl 7-5; 2 school guards found slain at Wilmington Jl 8-1; Officers find body 
(Carroll) two face charges Jl 8-3; $10,000 reward offered in slayings (Wilmington) 
Jl 9-3; FBI joins probe of slayings (Wilmington) Jl 10-3; 

Indictment (Points) sought in death Jl 15-3; Pair bound over In man's 
(Goins) death Jl 16-8; Slaying probe stymied (Wilmington) Jl 17-3; Unknown 
man found in flames Jl 20-1; Suicide, murder ruled in deaths (Jackson) Jl 20-3; 
Policeman indicted in killing (Davis) Jl 22-3; 

Wife killed, mistaken for burglar (Bullard) Jl 24-3; Two charged in slaying 
of cabbie Jl 25-11,10; Boy (French) incompetent to stand trial Jl 28-1; Marine 
murder case suspect (Willis) denied bail Jl 28-6; Fayetteville grocer killed 
Jl 29-8; Father killed (Mayfield) Ag 5-3; 

Mother-in-law shot, killer shoots self (Cofield) Ag 9-18; Warren County 
boys charged in murder Ag 11-6; Man (Caleway) charged in 2 slayings Ag 12-3; 
Man (Wilson) jailed in slaying of boy, 13 Ag 24-3; Couple (Cook) found shot to 
death near Brevard Ag 25-8; Ayden slaying ruled self defense Ag 28-3; 

Inspector (Lane) sought in slaying (Sneads Ferry) Ag 30-1; Inspector to 
be jailed in Duplin for protection Ag 31-3; Wadesboro man shot S 1-3; 
Inspector released on $10,000 bail S 1-3; Maryland man (Brown) charged in 
deaths of two youths S 6-3; Wilmington man (Johnson) held in 4 deaths S 8-1; 

Sanity tests set after 4 slayings (Johnson) S 9-6; Murder charge lodged 
against Greenville man (Harrington) S 15-46; Sylva teacher (Barker) slain S 16-3; 
Woman (Mitchell) charged in son's poisoning S 25-3; Trooper cleared in SBI 
Pitt probe S 26-1; Teacher (Barnwell) charged in slaying S 28-3; 

Bank robber (Glenn) slays deputy 6-1; Pitt shooting is probed (Carmack) 
8-12; Man (Bradshaw) charged in slaying 22-25; Slaying of cabby (Smith) 
probed 24-18; Kenly man (Cockrell) slain at gas station 29-5; Wife charged 
in slaying (Talton) 29-28; Man (Elliott) held in daughter's death 31-5; 

Man (White) held in clerk's death N 3-30; Robeson murder (Wurmson) probed 
N 4-5; Police say man (Simmons) shot woman, self N 5-5; Pinehurst man killed, 
park owner charged (Davis) N 6-5; Reward offered in slaying (Hare) N 6-5;. 
Man (Johnson) faces hearing in Southport D 2-5; 

Hearing set in death of child (Mitchell) D 2-5; Robeson murder charged 
(Wood) D 3-5; Father (Cooper) held in deaths of family D 4-1; Arsenic poisoning 
revealed (Radford) D 4-18; 2 are held in separate shootings (Southern Pines) 
D 6-5; Wilmington slaying charged to black D 13-5; 

Port City man (Johnson) bound over in deaths of 4 children D 14-5; 
Wilmington man's (Nixon) hearing Wednesday D 14-5; Mother (Radford) charged on 
son's death D 17-5; 
MURDERS 

see also 
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 
MUSEUMS 

Durham museum leadership split Ap 11-4; Personality feud seen at children's 
museum Ap 13-18; 
MUSEUMS 

see also 
NC MUSEUM OF ART 



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MUSIC 

Hitting all the right musical notes J 10-V,2; Music teaching, ills, bills, 
frills J 31-V,4; Concert by Havens is moving Ap 4-8; Folks at Jesus Festival 
asked to enjoy the Lord Ap 25-3; Ralph Sutton hits stride on jazz keyboard 
Ap 25-V,2; Night of barbershop harmony to bring oldie goldies Ap 30-40; 

College jazz festival termed 'rare treat' My 10-12; At the (Blue) grass 
roots Je 27-V,l; 25,000 brave heat to sing gospel songs (Linville) Je 28-32; 
Rock opera given at Greensboro Ag 24-6; NC to share in Kennedy Center opening 
S 5-V,3; The Groove--NC's first jazz club still swings S 12-V,12; String 
player lack worries conductor N 15-7; 
NAACP 

Topic at meeting is activism Je 13-2; Politics said key for blacks Je 14-5; 
Challenge slated in Brunswick 30-18; 
NATIONAL FARMERS ORGANIZATION 

Farmers to halt sale of products My 3-1; 
NATIONAL GUARD 

Military and mercy duty Mr 14-17; Scott presents citations Ag 17-3; Scott 
announces guard promotions S 19-14; Davis says guard recruits equally N 10-6; 
NATURAL AND ECONOMIC RESOURCES 

Sowers sets theme for agency Ag 5-9; New agency begins reorganization effort 
Ag 7-15; New state agency position filled (Barfield) Ag 24-3; C&D buys 'spot' 
in golf tourney Ag 27-1; Golf subsidy may stir resentment (ed.) Ag 28-4; C&D's 
golf advertising part of industry hunting S 5-4; 

Aldridge named to new division S 29-5; Division may retain salaries 22-7; 
C&D board members seek Scott audience on powers N 14-11; Simmons to head former 
C&D unit N 25-7; Raleigh realtor (Bradshaw) named as Sowers' replacement N 30-1; 
Simmons appointment regrettable (ed.) D 2-4; Bradshaw pledges environmental view 
D 2-8; $25,000 appointee fills 'legal requirement' (Simmons) D 3-17; 

Simmons' workload to be increased D 7-18; Bradshaw says don't confuse two 
issues D 8-8; Bowles attacks Simmons' appointment D 10-10; Scott defends 
Simmons' job D 14-1; Simmons doesn't belong on payroll (ed.) D 15-4; C&D board 
chairman backs Scott D 15-8; 
NEGROES 

Franklin blacks form company J 17-IV,8; Black man named to farm spot F 16-3; 
Cities finding few black policemen Mr 1-1; Blacks win seats in voting My 5-1; 
NC black politicians form group My 12-7; Methodists request black district chief 
Je 4-27; Black (Baker) gets NC parole board seat Je 15-1; 

Conference for blacks held here Jl 18-14; He (Austin) struggled for 'truth 
unbridled' Ag 1-IV,3; Cumberland panel picks black for post D 23-5; 
NEGROES 

see also 
DEMONSTRATIONS; DISCRIMINATION; ELECTIONS; SCHOOLS --DESEGREGATION; 
SOUL CITY 
NEPOTISM 

Many county employes related Ag 6-36; Scott aide's son given state job S 3-1; 
Ben Roney wastes his political clout (ed.) S 5-IV,4; 
NEUSE RESERVOIR 

Neuse reservoir cost climbing J 29-1; County commissioners push for Falls 
of Neuse F 2-22; City to ask army corps to seek funds F 6-24; Developers selling 
land needed for Neuse project Mr 12-40; Neuse Dam project resolution stalled 
Ap 10-16; $2.45 million state funds for Neuse Dam bill ready My 1-24; 

Reservoir funding is urged My 3-6; Johnson pleads for Neuse dam Je 2-7; 
Neuse gets token fund from state Jl 15-19; 



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NEUSE RESERVOIR (Cont.) 

Falls of Neuse land buying proposed appropriation hiked Jl 27-26; State 
lagging on Neuse project (ed.) Ag 3-4; 
NEW BERN 

Police feud discussed Je 11-3; Police turnover disputed Je 22-17; 
NEW HOPE RESERVOIR 

What's ahead for the Cape Fear? F 7- IV, 3; New Hope dam work under way- 
Mr 7-3; New Hope gets nod of array engineers Ap 13-1; Water protection vowed 
for New Hope Ap 23-8; New Hope pledge fails to satisfy My 9-3; Report critical 
of dam project Ag 2-10; Suit protests New Hope dam Ag 11-1; 

Corps invited New Hope suit (ed.) Ag 12-4; Area officials set to fight for 
dam Ag 18-26; Environmental unit asks restudy of New Hope dam Ag 18-26; New 
Hope project needs review (ed.) Ag 19-4; Concrete pouring due Ag 21-3; Dam work 
halt requested Ag 22-3; Progress cited in dam ecology S 2-8; 

US agency raps New Hope study S 23-1; Cumberland backs New Hope project 
S 23-15; Intervention filed in New Hope suit 9-5; Study action delayed 15-5; 
More counties join support of reservoir 19-16; Judge waiting to decide on 
injunction against dam D 3-5; 
NEWS AND OBSERVER 

Frank Daniels Jr. named publisher N 2-1; Names general manager (Jones) N 9-1; 
NEWSPAPERS 

Jones journal will cease publication Ap 9-10; Photo prompts Senate bill on 
campus papers Ap 30-40; Signed statement proposal termed ploy by editors My 2-8; 
Winston Salem Journal and Sentinel received Pulitzer My 4-1; Student newspaper dues 
debated My 26-5; NC papers show growth since i960 My 30-6; 

Student newspaper fees proposal said censorship Je 2-6; Student paper bill 
is opposed Je 4-6; Campus papers bill dies Je 26-3; Charlotte picks editor Jl 12-3; 
Charlotte to get weekly paper (The Banner) Ag 6-26; Award-winning paper f no wind- 
fall' Ag 23-6; Gastonia papers appeal answered 13-26; 
NEWSPAPERS 
see also 
CENSORSHIP 
NONVIOLENCE 

New group formed to end war (Winston-Salem) F 23-3; Fonda show rejected by 
General F 26-3; Tar Heel leaders at antiwar rally Mr 6-7; Ft. Bragg GIs petition 
for antiwar performance Mr 10-3; Judge denies antiwar show use of Cumberland 
facility Mr 11-3; Antiwar group wins use of hall Mr 12-3; 

Antiwar show comes to Fayetteville Mr 14-6; Sellout crowds view performances 
by antiwar troops in Fayetteville Mr 15-3; 
NORTH CAROLINA 

Tennessee, NC line settled Jl 22-7; Georgia boundary dispute termed serious 
by Scott Jl 23-5; Georgian to visit here to research boundaries Ag 10-3; 
Boundary records examined Ag 17-3; Ga. plans to sue NC on boundary 5-5; 
Christmas tree gets big sendoff to White House N 29-1; Nixon's Christmas tree 
ready for trip D 5-5; State government building and mall plans unveiled D 21-1; 
NC ASSOC OF EDUCATORS 

Elect new president Mr 13-8; Unit asks dues plan My 21-3; Planning branch 
offices Je 20-7; Teachers get lesson in politics at NCAE meet 20-26; 
NC BALLET 

Take positions at the barrel My 2-111,1; 
NC BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 
see 
BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 
NORTH CAROLINA BURIAL ASSOCIATION COMM 
see 
FUNERALS 



54 

NC CENTRAL U 

Checks students for drug use Ag 26-1; Drug screening plan not yet implemented 
Ag 28-3; 

NC DEPT OF LOCAL AFFAIRS 
see 
LOCAL AFFAIRS 
NC EDUCATION ASSOC 

Names new official (Morrow) Je 24-40; 
NC GOVERNMENT 
see 
STATE GOVERNMENT 
NC MUSEUM OF ART 

Recent art museum gift Je 20-V,10; Guide program to expand S 5-V,3; Site 
expected to be outside city area N 25-7; Dox^ntown group upset at possible 
museum site N 27-28; Art gifts enhance museum D 16-8; 
NC PRESS ASSOCIATION 

Group names new officers Jl 24-3; 
NC SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 

Opens 'A window to the world' Je 13 -V, 2; 
NC STATE U 

Legates to head agriculture school J 9-24; To hear Abbie Hoffman J 11-26; 
Ex-Communist attacks new left J 12-22; Names new head of department (Champion) 
J 17-5; Students say NCSU 'watches' J 28-38; Dismissal ruled unfair F 2-22; 
Food problems still plague NCSU F 5-38; Has radar eye on driver F 24-30; 

Poe Hall moves education at NCSU into space age F 24-30; Editor plans 
nudes for yearbook Mr 3-28; Nude photos pass test at NCSU Mr 6-7; Students 
plan playground project Mr 8-17; New dean announced (Tilman) Mr 13-24; 
Library occupied Mr 25-54; Workshop on health to be held Ap 4-7; 

Yearbook editor says no nude pictures Ap 17-24; Air-conditioning troubles 
plague buildings Ap 23-8; Three cheers for 'The Whole Thing' My 2-IV,6; Cathy 
Sterling , key issues still unsolved My 3-8; Dedicates research farm My 8-3; 
Students make Ford safer My 12-7; Grants given NCSU by nine foundations Jl 4-3; 

Urban center gets urban policy study grant Ag 13-40; 2 appointed to 
positions at NC State Ag 14-24; Musician went from physics to keyboard S 1-10; 
NCSU loveth the cheerful non-givers S 5-3; City landlords ease housing for 
NCSU S 6-11; 7 grad programs dropped by NCSU S 18-26; 

Survey indicates students favor beer at union S 20-28; Cage stars face 
pot charges S 21-1; To celebrate 82nd anniversary S 26-7; Registration at NCSU 
sets record 18-11; New steps urged on traffic 25-26; Students flip over 
Union's pinball 25-26; NCSU drug use varies, current survey shows 30-26; 

Paper gets criticism over list (faculty evaluation) N 4-62; Studies 
behavior of blind N 7-6; No cause found in NCSU marijuana case D 2-1; Coder, 
Heuts status needs airing (ed.) D 3-4; 
NC SYMPHONY 

Symphony tops goal for grant Ag 6-1; 
NUCLEAR ENERGY 

CP&L plans to build Wake nuclear plant My 1-1; Atomic plant plan draws 
reaction My 5-21; Nuclear plant gets state OK My 22-3; AEC plans hearing on 
Duke plant Jl 7-3; Power plant license in doubt Ag 8-3; CP&L files 
application to build nuclear plant Ag 24-26; Officials doubt N-plant will spur 
industry surge S 5-4; CPCL, new nuclear reports due S 10-14; 

Employes trained for nuclear unit 10-6; AEC moves to block CP&L unit 
N 23-1; Power plant construction to continue N 28-5; Longer range power 
policy needed (ed.) N 29-4; Experts win round one at Wake nuclear plant hearing 
N 29-5; CP&L plant gets AEC's OK D 2-6; 



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NURSES AND NURSING 

Nurse shortage critical in state J 17-1; Shortage of nurses causing 
deaths Ap 27-1; Baptist nursing school to be shuttered in '74 My 5-3; 
UNC dean says nurses 'under-utilized' 1-6; 
NURSES AND NURSING 
see also 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
NURSING HOMES 

Slate named by Nursing Home body F 19-7; Nursing homes, official at odds 
Mr 21-9; Nursing homes warn against medicaid cut My 27-8; 
OBSCENITY 
see 
CENSORSHIP 
OCEANS AND OCEANOGRAPHY 

Firm to help in plans for sea centers J 9-3; Lab aids study Ocean's 
mysteries My 2-12; $2.4 million grant OKd for marine labs in state D 2-5; 
OFFICIAL EMBLEMS 
see 
FLAGS, EMBLEMS AND INSIGNIA 
OFFSHORE LAND 

Senate okays boundaries along coast Mr 26-7; 
OLD CHRISTMAS 

'Old Buck' and the oysters J 10-V.7; 
OLD TIME FIDDLERS' CONVENTION 

Fiddlers' convention brothers out of tune Ap 5-6; Fiddlers convention 
splits in two Ap 9-26; Fiddling fans ignore the feud Ap 11-3; Young flocked 
to Union Grove Ap 12-6; 
OPEN DOOR MEETINGS 
see 
STATE GOVERNMENT 
OPINION POLLS 
see 
PUBLIC OPINION 
OPTGMETRIC SOCIETY 

Elect Raleigh man (Day) president Je 15-3; 
OREGON INLET 

Oregon Inlet a second Disneyland? F 13-5; 
OUTDOOR DRAMA 

Lost Colony play starts 31st year Je 24-3; 
celebration Jl 22-21; Carolina 'Sumac circuit' 



'Lost Colony' plans garden 
^g 1-V,1; Lumbee Drama, head 



named Ag 22-3; Robeson drama director named Ag 24-3; 
OUTDOOR DRAMA 
see also 
THEATER 
PACIFISM 
see 
NONVIOLENCE; WAR AND REVOLUTION 
PARKS 

Here's a 'shopping list' Mr 14-V,1; Horton doesn't look for extra park 
funds Ap 17-3; Park in swamp approved Jl 17-3; Over 500,000 visit NC parks 



Ag 19-28; State parks offer variety S 12-V,3; 
begging in NC 3-6; 



Federal money for parks will go 



56 



PAROLES BOARD 

Black (Baker) gets NC parole board seat Je 15-1; NC gets $53,430 for parole 
program Ag 11-5; Parole board authority upheld N 11-6; 
PEACE COLLEGE 

Students get office training in intern program Mr 28, IV, 7; 163 graduate from 
Peace My 17-3; Peace said sound still financially 22-34; 
PEMBROKE STATE UNIV 

Chavis fills new position Ap 4-5; Dean (Fisher) is named D 16-5; 
PERSONAL INCOME 
see 
INCOME 
PESTICIDES AND PESTS 

Leaf residue said threat to market J 11-20; Pesticides called guard of 
environment J 29-40; Rules said too strict Mr 27-3; Pesticide board is 
requested Ap 17-5; NCSU cancels joint study on safety of Parathion Ap 26-1; 
Mirex pesticide poses a threat, scientists feel My 2-13; 

Girl dies, two ill from parathion My 4-1; Pesticide control gets 
endorsement My 6-12; Care stressed in pesticide use My 10-19; Parathion 
study planned My 31-22; Study indicates parathion safe Je 17-1; Committee 
OKs pesticide bill Je 17-11; Insecticide curb tests under way Jl 19-17; 

Parathion warning plan dragging Jl 25-4; Pesticide mixing plant dangers 
cited Ag 1-6; Couple inhales fumes (Faulk) Ag 8-3; Contaminated frozen eggs 
from NC plant banned Ag 18-3; Embargo placed on tainted eggs Ag 19-1; Farmers 
destroying contaminated eggs Ag 21-5; Pesticide study set at NCSU S 30-1; 

New rat strain survives poison 16-1; 
PHARMACISTS 

46 to get state licenses Ap 7-7; 
PITT CO 

Blacks protest in Ayden over slaying by trooper Ag 25-3; 34 more arrests 
made in Ayden Ag 26-1; Curfew ordered Ag 27-3; Bridges blasted at Ayden Ag 29-3; 
Dynamite bomb thrown at house near Ayden Ag 30-3; Curfew lifted, more protests 
set Ag 31-3; Without curfew despite shooting incident S 1-3; 

15 arrested in protest S 2-3; Bomb damages school near Ayden S 3-3; 
Protestor (Frinks) sentenced at Ayden S 10-1; 7 charged in bombing S 11-1; 
Scott's interest should help Ayden (ed.) S 11-4; Curfew is lifted S 12-3; 
Troopers depart from Ayden S 14-3; Girl charged in bomb threat S 15-5; 

3 more arrested in Ayden bombing S 16-3; 30 walk out of Ayden school S 22-3; 
White lawyer is charged, 32 blacks jailed in Ayden S 23-54; Solicitor has SBI 
report S 24-3; Two arrested in Ayden bombing S 24-3; Frinks is given 7-month 
sentence S 25-3; Boycott urged in Pitt S 27-5; 

Marchers arrested in Farmville 6-5; Protest leaders charged in Pitt 7-5; 
Rights leaders' bonds reduced 8-12; Charges against marchers killed 12-5; 
Panel to study Pitt troubles 13-5; Deputies on duty at Pitt school 14-25; 
Abernathy urges firing of trooper 21-5; Pitt school sentence is given 22-5; 

19 persons arrested 25-6; Abernathy to return to Pitt 26-5; Testimony 
heard on Ayden blasts 27-5; 63 arrested in protest at Bethel 28-5; Rights 
leaders charged 29-5; 4 arrested in protests at Bethel 30-5; Civil Rights 
organizer (Kirby) convicted N 5-5; Action urged to release Pitt death report 
N 10-5; UNC rally protests black's death in Pitt N 11-51; 

4 terrorize Pitt office of education N 12-5; 44 arrested in Ayden N 13-5; 
2 civil rights leaders arrested in Ayden N 14-5; Protesters' hearings continued 
N 17-5; Protester warrants dismissed (Farmville) N 19-5; Ayden imposes curfew, 
Abernathy visits Pitt N 20-5; 40 blacks held in Ayden N 21-5; Ayden no longer 
under emergency N 22-5; 11 arrested in Ayden N 24-5; 



c 7 



PITT CO (Cont.) 

Frinks, 2 others given jail terms N 24-5; Protesters facing new charge 
N 25-5; Frinks arrests, bail fees mount N 26-5; White group plans to 
confront march N 29-5; Rights panel requests inquiry into Pitt strife N 30-5; 
Frinks, marchers arrested N 30-5; Marchers arrested in Greenville D 1-5; 

State trooper (Billy Day) gets new duties D 1-5; 23 blacks arrested in 
Greenville D 2-7; More protests promised, Greenville arrests rise D 3-5; 
Racial strife needs investigation (ed.) D 4-4; Possible court order Ayden 
topic D 4-5; Judge order.? jury probe of Ayden death D 7-5; 

School board declares* emergency D 7-5; Problems seen in Bethel parade 
law D 8-5; 300 leave classes at two Pitt schools D 9-5; Nine sentenced in 
chicken kill D 10-5; Parade law in Ayden challenged D 10-5; Judge issues 
injunction against Frinks, SCLC D 11-5; 

Billy Day, from dream to inquiry D 12-1; Only 3 witnesses appear at 
Pitt shooting hearing D 14-5; Greenville protesters sentenced D 15-5; 
Jury hears 13 new witnesses D 15-5; Jury clears Day in Ayden death D 16-1; 
Grant jury finding ought to help (ed.) D 18-4; 

14 are arrested in Greenville protest march D 18-5; Group says Billy 
Day case closed D 19-5; 
PITT TECH 

Masonry, big job for a little man My 30-5; 
POETS 
see 
WRITERS AND WRITING 
POLICE 
see 
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS 
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 

Speaker supports 2 terms J 12-1; Burney's appointment said political 
hint (dome) J 15-1; US commission probing Faircloth political speech J 16-1; 
Two terms for speaker, committee ideas backed J 17-3; An open door law (ed.) 
F 3-4; No charges on speech by Faircloth F 4-1; 

Spokesmen for news media praise open-door measures F 12-6; Scott's 
political future sets tongues to wagging F 14-IV,3; Scott maneuvers stir 
conjecture F 21-IV,5; Campaign disclosures criticized F 26-6; Governor 
succession 'not likely' F 28-4; Governor sees roadblock to 2 term plan Mr 5-1; 

Scott created roadblock (two term) (ed.) Mr 8-4; Committee approves anti- 
secrecy measure Mr 19-6; Money will be a factor in Taylor's decision to run 
Mr 24-5; House gives first OK to open meetings measure Mr 24-16; House approves 
open-meeting bill Mr 25-3; 

Panel OKs elimination of campaign fund report Mr 26-6; Blount street fever 
grips potential governors Mr 28-6; Not ready to change corrupt practices laws 
Ap 7-1; Scott, Democrats promise to push for fund release Ap 23-6; Scott said 
removed from 2 term debate My 1-3; Stevenson speaks at Windsor home My 1-3; 

Agnew slates NC visit My 4-6; Agnew visits Raleigh today, speech set My 6-1; 
Agnew pushes fund sharing My 7-1; Reaction (to Agnew) follows party line My 7-8; 
NC black politicians form group My 12-7; GOP replies to charges on revenue 
My 13-11; Republicans hit Phillips on article My 14-10; 

Harkins hits M&O Godwin editorial My 15-3; Sen. Hughes to speak here today 
My 27-3; Mizell hits Ervin as favorite son My 31-5; Labor may swing a political 
clout Je 13-IV,3; Gov. Warren? No, he says Je 13-6; Democrat Morton weighs 
chances in Governor race Je 18-6; Poll to help Morton decide about race Je 25-14; 
Black parties making few ripples Je 27-7; 



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POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT (Cont.) 

Secret helicopter acquisition alleged Je 29-5; Political ad bill killed 
in committee Jl 7-5; Political advertising merits regular rate (ed.) Jl 9-4; 
Campaign charges made at hearing (BCTI-Futrell) Jl 23-3; Gubernatorial 
hopefuls cool their political tempo Jl 24-3; GOP eyeing Jordan's seat, 6 more 
Jl 25-3; Scott to officials, shape up or ship out Ag 28-1; 

'Sanford wing' is splitting up Ag 29-4; NC labor Democratic party not 
automatic S 1-1; Official 'balked' at Scott order S 18-3; Scott being pushy 
for wrong reason (ed.) 8-4; Governor hopefuls heartened by Morgan's decision 
N 18-16; Women will be heard in Tar Heel politics N 21-IV,5; 

Bowles says no evidence governor is taking sides N 25-6; Black woman (Webb) 
picked to fill house seat D 12-4; New group organizes on politics D 17-5; 
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 
see also 
CANDIDATES; DEMOCRATIC PARTY; ELECTIONS; REPUBLICAN PARTY; SCOTT, BOB; 
STATE GOVERNMENT; VOTER REGISTRATION 
POLLUTION 

Sweeping state law proposed J 3-4; Riegelwood pollutant is cited F 4-36; 
Citydumps dirt, debris into creeks F 25-46; Health board OKs rules on dumping 
Mr 12-33; Scott confirms refinery seeking site Mr 17-1; Yadkin suit gets 
dismissal request Ap 2-27; Environment concerns Tar Heels Ap 4-6; 

Mayor defends his firm's efforts to curb Crabtree Creek erosion Ap 9-38; 
Auto emission measure sent back to House panel Ap 10-5; Emissions bill turns 
back on house road Ap 16-7; Solution is more than talk Ap 18-111,1; Livestock 
wastes is problem My 2-11,12; Law cited on disposal of animals My 24-18; 

3 coastal pollution suits filed My 25-3; Potential hazard seen in 
pottery Je 11-3; Committee OKs pollution bill Je 16-6; Waste listing proposed 
Je 23-6; Pollution battled at site of fire (Farmville) Je 23-8; Debris 
a threat, fishermen charge Je 30-3; Oil refinery threat may be rising (ed.) 
Jl 3-4; Hew pulp process may cut pollutant residue Jl 11-6; 

US to bring suits against Hertford and Mew Bern Jl 16-3; Contaminated 
feed, fowl sought Jl 24-1; Injunctions bar pollution Jl 24-3; Contaminated 
chickens destroyed Jl 28-1; Beer cans outnumber the tourists Ag 8-1; Crabtree 
problems increase Ag 8-13; Oyster check begins to seek out poisons Ag 18-5; 

Delays and claims plague Crabtree Creek project Ag 24-19; Restraining 
order bans river dumping (Trenton) Ag 25-3; State coddles another polluter 
(ed.) Ag 27-4; Critic says conditions still bad along Neuse Ag 27-7; Norfolk 
beaches still closed Ag 31-7; Mercury level up in river wildlife S 11-6; 

Metal pollution unit is formed S 19-6; Sowers pledges to fight pollution 
S 23-6; Suit dropped against Emerald Isle D 14-5; Chemical suspected in 
damage to pines D 18-26; 
POLLUTION 
see also 
AIR POLLUTION; ENVIRONMENT; WATER POLLUTION 
PORTS 

Tug use defended by pilot N 4-5; Port growth plan for NC okayed N 8-5; 
PORTS AUTHORITY 

Group to build new facility F 8-3; Ports unit ordered to pay firm Ap 16-29; 
POVERTY 
see 
ANT I- POVERTY PROGRAMS 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Laurinburg native gets post Ap 22-51; 



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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 

Primary bill prepared for introduction J 20-8; Primary bill in to wide 
support J 23-6; Blacks protest vote day change Mr 20-5; Primary bill passes 
Senate committee Mr 31-6; Senate OKs primary bill Ap 2-6; Primary day change 
given nod Ap 7-6; Primary election day shifted to Tuesday Ap 8-1; 

Senate approves primary measure Ap 9-1; House gives nod to primary plan 
Ap 15-1; House balks at primary Ap 16-1; Feb. 15 primary proposed Ap 17-1; 
Holshouser sees primary's defeat Ap 18-7; Primary bill approved by House 
Ap 21-1; Assembly enacts NC primary Ap 22-1; 

Confidence in voters shown by primary law (ed.) Ap 24-4; Hopefuls all 
eye Tar Heel primary Ap 25-1; NC primary high on list My 28-3; Aspirants 
are focusing on state's new primary Je 20-4; NC mood tested by Jackson Ag 7-1; 
Tar Heel YDC cool toward Jackson Ag 9-3; Nixon's campaign chiefs picked for 
North Carolina S 11-1; Assembly moves date of primary 30-1; 

Scott will lead NC Muskie unit N 11-8; Hodges, Scott head NC Muskie 
drive N 16-19; 
PRISONS AND PRISONERS 

Social services director cites jail improvement J 7-3; NC youth (Parnell) 
freed after long wait J 16-3; Probation practices are changed F 1-1; Inmate, 
17, hangs self in Rowan F 3-5; ACLU seeks rights for prisoners F 5-5; Four 
still at large F 7-3; Inmates discuss Central Prison F 11-38; 

Prison reform backed Mr 5-9A; Prison system study endorsed Mr 16-1; 
Bounds readies officials for coming penal reform Mr 17-6; Inmate, Barbour 
accepted bribe Mr 20-1; Lifer finds hope in study Mr 28-1; Work release, 
profit in prison Mr 29-1; Penal reform reports optimistic Ap 1-3; 

Road gang bill passed by House Ap 1-6; Not enough inmates available for 
work-release spots Ap 1-24; Six convicts escape prison Ap 11-3; Road gang 
measure repealed Ap 14-6; 5 captured believed from NC Ap 17-6; 4 escapees 
overpower motorists Ap 21-23; Convict dies after escape Ap 22-57; 

Locked up prisoners 'blameless' Ap 22-50; Books brighten days in prison 
Ap 25-7; Penal system study group funded My 11-3; Wellmon paid for prison 
time wrongfully served My 13-3; Sam LaFleur back in jail My 15-1; Prison 
labor hit by laundry unit My 19-5; Judge asks for probe on inmates My 20-3; 

Things may get better for ex-escapee LaFleur My 26-3; Honor grade felon 
falls to death in Central Prison Je 1-22; Ex-con (Thacker) escapes, declared 
outlaw Je 2-1; Programs will help find convicts jobs Je 10-6; Commutation 
policy defended Je 14-10; Guidelines for laundry service set Je 16-6; 

Returned prisoner (LaFleur), things fine Je 19-3; Prisoners transferred 
after probe Je 30-3; Jaycee prison chapters most numerous in nation Jl 11=9; 
Prison laundry limit said bad Jl 15-20; Inmate takes life in cell (Edwards) 
Jl 20-3; NC prisons get funds to launch jobs program Jl 21-28; 

Prison system serves as laboratory (ed.) Jl 23-4; Three young escapees 
sought (Greene County) Ag 7-8; Escapee pedals into custody Ag 7-8; Prison 
chief charged in escape of prisoner Ag 20-34; San Quentin episode could happen 
here Ag 26-7; Inmate sues detective and bank Ag 26-10; 

Two prisoners are recaptured Ag 27-3; Inmates attend courses In English 
literature S 9-29; 3 men escape prison facility S 21-19; Escapees recaptured 
near Warrenton S 22-3; View from the inside S 26-IV,l; Jury sentences convict 
in threats against Nixon S 30-46; NC reforms prison discipline 1-1; 

Prison reform group sets Chapel Hill meet 10-11; Correctional officer, 
'It's just a job ...'0 10-IV,1; Hyde, don't educate behind bars N 1-5; 
NCSU course turns student-inmates on N 7-IV,3; Inspiration may grace penal 
walls N 10-1; Prisoner breaks out 2d time N 10-5; 'Word* to cons inspires 
protest N 11-1; Officials revise correctional law N 12-6; 



60 

PRISONS AND PRISONERS (Cont. ) 

Convicted slayer appeals, says evidence withheld N 23-6; Raleigh escapees 
recaptured D 21-1; Freedom is present for 1941 NC escapee D 22-1; 
PRISONS AND PRISONERS 
see also 
CORRECTION DEPT 
PRIVACY, INVASION OF 

Army spying widespread during civil unrest J 18-1; Ervin to probe federal 
snooping F 8-6; Ervin' s privacy hearings get under way F 23-7; Ervin reveals 
surveilance by Army unit in Minnesota Mr 5-6; Government ignorance is bliss? 
Mr 21-11; Ervin preparing to act on spying Ap 1-22; 

Wiretap restraint up to courts (ed.) Ap 30-4; NC subversives on list Ap 30-7; 
Ervin hits lie detector job testing Je 26-3; Dunn, study wiretaps Jl 9-7; SBI 
doesn't need wiretap authority (ed.) Jl 12-4; Computer profile can rob an 
individual of his identify Jl 19-3; 

Government data gathering lacks direction, unity Jl 20-9; Credit data little 
more than 'peephole' reports Jl 21-5; Credit bureaus pose new threats Jl 22-20; 
No escape from information peddlers Jl 23-7; Census data used for private gain 
Jl 24-6; Strict controls on computer data vital Jl 25-12; 

Privacy imperiled as never before (ed.) Ag 2-4; Infrequently used, but 
still odious (ed.) 26-4; SBI agents take photos in crowds N 26-5; 'Big 
brother' growing up in NC? N 29-5; Information network on citizens for police, 
justice agencies only N 30-7; Ervin to request subpoena of generals if necessary 
D 29-22; 

PRIVACY, INVASION OF 
see also 
ERVIN, SAM 
PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

Catholic school future grave J 26-3; Scott wants Catholic school open 
F 12-40; Some private colleges said 'quite close' to bankruptcy Mr 20-3; 
Report, private colleges must make changes or die Mr 21-1; Opportunity posed 
in a problem (ed.) Mr 22-4; Aid to private institutions may bring state controls 
Mr 26-6; Catholic school will close soon Ap 8-58; 

Both houses get subsidy proposal Ap 23-31; Interest increases in private 
schools My 5-32; Needs cited for private universities (Scott) My 14-3; Cardinal 
Gibbons to continue My 14-44; Non-public subsidy bill nears OK My 19-1; Student 
aid raises unfounded fears (ed.) My 30-TV,4; 

Academy plans laid by Citizen's Council Je 12-26; Private schools all but 
filled Jl 5-32; Private school aid no issue, says Scott Jl 9-27; Enrollment 
rising in South's private schools Jl 12-1; New schools get many applications 
Ag 11-7; Ravenscroft leads private enrollments Ag 30-7; Private school enrollment 
up S 25-5; NC's Catholic schools facing financial threat D 20-5; 
PRIVATE SCHOOLS 
see also 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 
PSYCHIC PHENOMENA 

Research team chases poltergeists My 23-8; Astronaut: ESP test results 
A-OK Je 22-1; 
PUBLIC DEFENDERS 
see 
LAWYERS 
PUBLIC HEALTH 
see 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 



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PUBLIC HOUSING 
see 
HOUSING 
PUBLIC OFFICIALS 

Solicitor acquitted at Gastonia of drunk driving Mr 5-3; Charge reduced 
for NC official (Waters) Mr 10-1; Road group member acquitted of charge Ap 2-26; 
Driver's license official arrested Ap 27-3; Assembly power on raises sought 
My 8-5; Panel reduces pay increases Je 24-8; 

House balks at salary bill Je 26-3; Joint panel to work on salary bill 
Jl 7-8; Bills seek pay hikes for top officials Jl 10-1; House wins fight to 
see salaries Jl 14-1; Scott proposes pay hikes for only two executives Jl 15-1; 
House OKs conflicting salary bills Jl 16-7; 

Scott over-confessed pay problem (ed.) Jl 17-4; Senate OKs raises for 2 
officials Jl 21-3; Educators must wait for raises Jl 22-7; Legislator's 
(Soles) trial in order soon (ed.) Ag 9-4; Legislator's trial continued for 
second time Ag 20-3; Rep. Soles fined $1000 Ag 27-3; Official (Gatline) 
intervenes in court case S 8-30; 

Motor vehicles official (Lockamy) should resign (ed.) 28-4; Official's 
wife faces drunk driving charge N 19-30; Official's wife has case dismissed 
D 16-7; 
PUBLIC OPINION 

Students support sex education Jl 22-34; 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 

Three public gas firms given rate hike J 7-12; Company blamed for phone 
troubles J 10-9; Carrboro challenges UNC power J 16-3; Durham phone rate hike 
draws prompt challenge F 3-5; Natural gas firm cites cost rise Mr 10-3; 
Utilities commission to investigate billing Mr 27-24; 

Morgan files list on CP&L hike Ap 6-3; Appeals court begins deliberation 
on rate hike Ap 7-3; Durham-Chapel Hill toll on phone calle to end Ap 22-64; 
Scott sees no impropriety in his utilities conference Ap 24-1; Scott's private 
meeting was wrong (ed.) Ap 25-IV,4; CP&L tries for new rate hike My 4-3; 

Power rate hike asked by Pamlico My 4-3; Firms say natural gas shortage 
to continue My 12-7; Telephone rate hike approved My 12-7; Southern Bell 
cites costs in bid for rate increase My 26-3; Natural gas user will pay more 
My 29-3; Prof cites need for rate hike (Southern Bell) Je 2-3: 

CP&L cites money woes, asks interim rate increase Je 17-14; CP&L sets 
refunds for customers Je 18-27; Phone customers get rates break Je 26-5; 
Duke, CP&L get interim rate hikes Jl 1-1; Duke power chief disputes editorial 
Jl 5-4; Power bills cut Tar Heel budgets Jl 7-21; Opponents hit power rate 
hikes Jl 8-41; Utilities bill softened Jl 9-5; 

NC phones OK despite strike Jl 15-1; CP&L drops appeal of rate hike Jl 20-1; 
Natural gas firm seeks rate hike Jl 24-3; Priorities fixed for gas service 
Jl 28-1; Telephone rate hike approved Ag 3-1; Gas supply probe asked Ag 5-5; 
Rate hike sought by gas firm Ag 6-3; 

Benoy seeks stay of CP&L rate hike Ag 6-36; Additional rate increase 
sought by Duke power Ag 12-18; Benoy loses rate appeal Ag 12-18; Panel opens 
probe on phone rates Ag 12-18; Utilities panel files notice on gas rates 
Ag 12-18; Light bills ignite Fayetteville furor Ag 13-1; 

Power company problems generate higher rates in state Ag 16-7; Ruling 
appealed by Southern Bell Ag 26-7; Utilities pricing proposal outlined Ag 17-5; 
VEPC0 to ask NC rate hike Ag 18-15; CP5L seeks additional 14 per cent rate 
hike Ag 31-1; Electric users beg relief from rates 9-26; Utility defends 
electric living 14-12; Bell requesting new rate boost 19-1; 



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PUBLIC UTILITIES (Cont.) 

Phone rate hike investigation opens 29-7; CP&L asks utilities panel for 
19.63$ rate increase N 3-7; Court reverses utilities ruling N 18-6; Should 
present utility customers pay for power company expansion? N 21-IV,3; 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 
see also 
ELECTRIC POWER 
PUBLIC WELFARE 

State role in welfare advised J 28-3; Welfare budget increase sought F 18-6; 
Many factors keep 'employable mothers on welfare Mr 1-3; Welfare packages 
introduced Mr 12-8; State statistics challenge some myths about welfare Mr 28- 
IV, 3; Board won't back welfare plan Ap 8-1; 

Board favors state takeover of welfare Ap 9-1; Welfare takeover study is 
favored Ap 14-3; Mothers tell joint panel of problems with welfare Ap 15-14; 
More state aid on welfare sought Ap 29-12; Welfare wheels turn, but slowly 
My 24-1; Proposed welfare reform would save NC $46 million My 27-8; 

Facelift possible for state welfare Je 6-13; Welfare authority measure 
killed Je 19-5; In welfare field, big ones got away Jl 18-IV,3; Counties view 
welfare 100 ways Ag 23-8; Little state interest in $40 million? (ed.) S 8-4; 
Welfare reform backed S 18-18; 'Must work' bill effects discounted D 16-11; 
PUBLIC WELFARE 
see also 
ANTI-POVERTY PROGRAMS; MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
RACE RELATIONS 

Race plan funds OK'd tentatively F 4-3; 'Good neighbors' easing race 
tensions Ap 4-IV,7; Durham charrette kindles tolerance Ag 2-1; Is flare-up 
racial? Guidelines urge care Ag 31-26; Humphrey asks probe in Pitt 9-5; 
Revised panel holds meet (Wilmington) D 7-5; 
RACE RELATIONS 
see also 
DISCRIMINATION; NEGROES; SCHOOLS --DESEGREGATION 
RADIATION AND RADIOACTIVITY 

Unit of cobalt missing Ap 2-1; No clues yet on cobalt unit Ap 3-5; 
RAILROADS 

Want higher intrastate freight rate Jl 13-18; State vulnerable in rail 
strike Jl 17-1; Railroad president (Stallings) re-elected Ag 8-13; Turbo 
train visits Raleigh Ag 13-40; Meteor victim of amtrak shuffle N 28-6; 
Silver Meteor ends run D 17-7; 
RALEIGH 

Miller, John, little theatre director fired J 16-24; Callahan resigns 
position with little theater J 20-3; Chamber of Commerce molding leaders F 21-1; 
Coordinator sees new direction for Raleigh F 21-17; Council candidate hits 
money interest F 25-11; Candidate (Cherry) raps zoning actions F 28-5; 

Housing costs among state's highest Mr 6-7; Little Theater names director 
Mr 26-36; Wake anniversary section Mr 28-VI; 15 city council candidates face 
primary Ap 6-30; Raleigh growing like a teenager Ap 11-1; Council hopefuls 
form coalition to oust incumbents Ap 11-3; 

Development geared to population rise Ap 12-8; Mayor quits council race 
Ap 14-1; Mayor to request name off ballots Ap 17-24; State compensation bill 
faring ill Ap 18-3; Candidates for city council give views Ap 18-8; School 
board candidates outline views Ap 19-7; Ruling on mayor's candidacy expected 
Ap 22-64; Elections board lets Jones drop Ap 23-40; 



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RALEIGH (Cont.) 

State aid plea under cloud in committee Ap 28-6; State payment to Raleigh 
dealt final blow by panel Ap 29-12; City council candidates' viewpoints 
summarized My 2-4; School board hopefuls' views My 3-8; City guides delivered 
by C of C My 4-21; Merged civil service panels under fire My 15-24; 

City charter revisions approved My 28-36; Tom Bradshaw will be mayor 
My 29-1; New leader group influence felt My 30-1; 3rd in income in state 
My 30-12; Local leader group eyes Dallas political plan My 31-6; Proposed 
city charter rewrite could hit snag in Legislature Je 3-54; 

Bradshaw win almost sure Je 7-28; Council officially names Bradshaw 
mayor Je 8-26; Billboards bow to local protest Je 16-34; Charter proposal 
apparently dead Je 17-62; Growth rate highest Je 20-4; Judge quashes warrants 
against city candidates Jl 8-6; 

Report re-examines city management. City officials answer criticism Jl 11-3; 
Raleigh city charter bill gets condemnation provision Jl 15-19; City charter 
tentatively OK with House Jl 20-5; Raleigh story published Ag 11-28; Casting 
community theater in proper role Ag 15-V,2; 

Housing authority gets black chairman S 30-54; It's vote day on city bonds 
12-1; Economic study gives plan to revitalize downtown N 19-1; 
RAMP CONVENTION 

Ramp spurs bad-mouthing Ap 22-4; Hundreds (Gasp) gather ... fete My 10-21; 
RAPE 

Court affirms life sentence of Wake man (Cooke) Mr 11-51; Judge orders press 
from assault trial Je 9-3; Bond denied for youth in Carteret (Jones) 15-5; 
Defendant (Cole) identified in assault N 30-5; 
RAPE 

see also 
ASSAULT 
REDISRICTING 

Resolution proposes computers to aid plans J 16-6; Apportioning is slow 
J 24-4; Computer may create GOP cluster J 25-1; Redistrict house units named 
J 27-6; Hits first snag J 29-5; Joing unit on districts seems dim F 3-6; 
US court may tighten redistricting knot F 4-6; 

Three units put to work on districts F 5-6; Legislators eyeing court case 
F 8-7; Panel splits state in two F 12-6; Plan approved by Senate panel F 19-1; 
Strong support seen for bill F 21-6; Galifianakis denies redistricting plan 
F 23-6; Senate OKs redistricting bill F 24-14; 

House districts unit to study Senate plan F 26-6; Nick suffering in 
silence F 28-IV,3; House plan for East taking shape Mr 3-3; Partisan tensions 
flare over issue (Dome) Mr 5-1; Redistricting units not ready in time Mr 5-5; 
One redistricting snag remains Mr 7-4; Hearing slated on districts bill Mr 11-46; 

Redistricting bill's future debated Mr 14-12; Sanford, keep Orange in 4th 
Mr 19-6; Realignment nears end Mr 21-7; Some acclaim redistrict plan Mr 24-5; 
Redistricting bills hit House floor Ap 7-6; Districts challenge seen Ap 9-6; 
Panel named on Senate districts Ap 16-7; Bill bursts into House Ap 22-1; 

Study splits chairmen Ap 25-6; Congressional districts revamp near 
enactment Ap 28-1; New House district plan would give Wake 6 seats Ap 28-6; 
Congressional district plan adopted Ap 29-1; A job smoothly done (ed.) Ap 30-4; 
Godwin, Martin clash in House Ap 30-6; Nick says he's victim of shuffle Ap 30-6; 

House unit OKs redistricting map My 5-6; Panel backs NC House districts 
plan My 12-1; Washington-Gates swap in house districts planned My 13-8; 
Panel balks at breaking up Franklin- Johns ton district My 14-11; House panel 
OKs switch in districts My 15-3; 



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REDISTRICTING (Cont.) 

House tentatively OKs redistricting My 20-10; House redistricting plan 
passes over GOP protests My 22-1; Bill voted into law Je 1-1; NC plan on 
districts in danger? Je 4-1; Assembly awaits court district rulings Je 5-1; 
State said on right path out of redistricting maze Je 8-1; 

New lines for Senate draw fire Je 10-1; Agreement seen on Wake link 
Je 16-6; Senators register ire on districting Je 16-6; Unit hears opponents 
of Senate districts Je 24-8; Senate districts revised Je 26-3; Senate 
district plan approved by committee Je 30-3; Senate to debate districts Jl 5-9; 

Senate unit gets redistrict plans Jl 8-7; New Senate districts approved 
by committee despite opposition Jl 10-5; Senate redistricting gets tentative 
nod Jl 14-7; Senate OKs district plan Jl 16-7; Remap results in few major 
changes Jl 18-IV,3; Senate districts approved Jl 21-6; Wards (Wins ton- Salem) 
being challenged D 4-6; 
REGIONAL PLANNING 
see 
CITY PLANNING AND REGIONAL PLANNING 
RELIGION IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

Nuns to stop teaching at Raleigh school J 18-24; 
REPUBLICAN PARTY 

Holshouser GOP role under fire J 21-3; Young Republican leader quits 
party Je 13-8; Twin-city lawyer seeks GOP post Jl 6-5; F. A. Rouse will seek 
GOP post Jl 23-5; Kirk maps plans for GOP revisions S 20-5; Purrington Wake 
GOP head 10-9; GOP picks Rouse as new chairman N 21-1; Few Republican 
candidates coming forth D 5-6; 
REPUBLICAN PARTY 
see also 
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 
RESEARCH 

Glass grinder has bright future Ag 15-7; Study at Duke, changing South 
paddling new canoe in mainstream of American society S 5-IV,3; 
RESEARCH TRIANGLE 

Health institute enters phase 2 F 28-5; Triangle institute reshapes 
research S 3-5; 
RETARDED 
see 
HANDICAPPED; MENTAL HEALTH 
REVENUE BONDS 
see 
STOCKS AND BONDS 
RIGHTS OF WHITE PEOPLE 

Police chief meets with ROWP leader (Wilmington) 16-5; Whites evacuate 
New Hanover site N 14-6; Whites arrested in New Hanover N 15-1; Militant 
leader wasn't armed, court rules D 7-5; 
RIGHTS OF WHITE PEOPLE 
see also 
WILMINGTON 
ROADS 
see 
HIGHWAYS 
ROBBERIES AND THEFTS 

Two slain in grocery robbery (Greenville) J 9-10; Cigarette cargo is 
hijacked J 13-3; Man (Dow) held in bank robbery J 28-3; 



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ROBBERIES AND THEFTS (Cont.) 

Two are held in IGA robbery F 1-22; 4 arrested after bank robbery F 2-3; 
Police seize bandit walking from bank F 6-24; Cab driver makes arrest F 16-3; 
Judge suspends men's sentences F 19-3; More than $30,000 taken in robbery at 
man's home F 20-1; Bank job charged to family F 20-3; 

7 indicted in holding of goods F 20-3; Four men sought in $30,000 robbery 
F 21-5; Charlotte bank hit by gunman F 25-8; Grocer (Martin) dies following 
shooting Mr 5-10; For 5^ robbery-boy, 16, gets 6 years Mr 6-1; 2 bandits hit 
bank in Kinston Mr 23-3; Shoplifters bill wins House OK Ap 1-7; 

House panel OKs shoplifting measure Ap 9-6; Senate approves shoplifting 
bill Ap 14-6; Senate amends, passes shoplifters measure Ap 15-8; Shoplifting 
bill held for study Ap 16-7; Assembly revives shoplifting bill, court plea 
Ap 17-6; Elderly woman frees self after bandits tie her up Ap 20-30; 

Anti-shoplifting power is improper (ed.) Ap 21-4; Objections raised to 
shoplifter bill Ap 21-9; Shoplift measure nears OK Ap 22-1; Senate approves 
shoplifting bill Ap 23-1; Ballerina chases would-be thief Ap 23-3; Three rob 
bank at Spring Lake Ap 23-3; One last chance to halt a bad bill (shoplifting ed.) 
Ap 23-4; Shoplifting measure enacted by House Ap 24-5; 

Lone senator said 'whoa!' to shoplift bill passers Ap 25-4; Merchants 
comment on new powers Ap 25-4; Gunmen rob Lejeune bank of $38,004 My 4-3; 
Robbery charged to paratrooper My 12-3; Shoplifting courses slated for clerks 
My 12-7; Bank hit at Waxhaw My 14-3; 

Merchant agenda lists arrest duty My 23-IV,8; Bank job gets man 20 years 
My 28-27; MP hurt in gun battle as bandits flee Je 2-1; Officers seek bank 
robbers here Je 3-1; Ft. Bragg bank haul put at $115,000 Je 4-1; 'Super-Cop' 
captures youth in gunfight Je 5-3; Suspect charged in Smithfield bank theft 
Je 5-24; New shoplifting law praised Je 8-6; 

Motel charges furnish theft Je 10-53; 4 bus passengers knifed, Atlanta man 
charged Je 17-3; Girl held in Ft. Bragg bank theft Je 18-3; Court OKs burglary 
conviction (Lineberger) Je 29-5; Bank robber (Charlotte) gets $2,000 Jl 1-23; 
Diamond was a fake Jl 3-15; Study supports shoplifting laws Jl 22-43; 

This looks like a job for Matt Dillon Ag 1-IV,3; Seven men arraigned in 
truck thefts Ag 5-17; Wake man (Marshburn) sentenced for larcency Ag 24-19; 
Two teens charged in bank theft (Aberdeen) 3 1-3; 10 charged in series of 
holdups S 3-30; 4 convicted in truck theft ring S 18-3; 

2 Enfield policemen shot in robbery investigation S 18-3; Hickory man 
held in beating-theft 4-5; Teacher robbed (Kinston) 7-20; Robbers murder 
clerk for $38 15-36; Youth uses toy gun to rob bank branch 22-25; 
Shoplifting arrests jump sharply here in wake of new law 24-IV,10; 

3 bandits rob bank in Southport 30°5; 3 gunmen rob bank at Bragg N 2-1; 
Rocky Mount bank hit by pair with bogus bomb D 25-1; 

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 

Nuns quit jobs over dress Ag 23-7; Clerical dress rules hit by priests' 
association N 17-1; Charlotte will get new diocese D 1-1; Nuns to leave 
positions (Burlington) D 19-5; 
SBI 

Chief seeks more manpower F 3-6; Tilt! Dunn breaks slots Mr 13-3; Morgan 
visits legislature, seeks to restore fu^.ds My 13-8; Lab, tools of detection 
My 16-IV,1; Agents 'priced out' of undercover drug work My 21-7; Doesn't need 
wiretap authority (ed.) Jl 12-4; Work is cited in letter by Dunn Jl 28-6; 
SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 

Tax help offered by students Mr 12-18; Class urged to aid school My 10-3; 
Gets $743,000 in grants My 29-5; St. Aug's hugs road to success N 14-1; 



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SAINT MARY'S JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Breaks sod in ceremony F 2-5; St. Mary's seeks bids for gym Je 19-9; 
SALES TAX 
see 
TAXES 
"SAVE OUR SCHOOLS" 

Durham Charrette kindles tolerance Ag 2-1; 
SCHOOL BUSES 

State-supported busing upheld J 21-1; Scott asks for bus funds J 29-3; 
Driver seat belts advised F 3-3; Measure to limit busing introduced Je 5-5; 
Busing set in Forsyth school plan Jl 1-23; Busing key to proposal for 
Raleigh city schools Jl 2-1; 

Officials weigh impact of Raleigh busing Jl 3-24; School board gears 
up for Raleigh's busing plan Jl 15-36; Busing may spread across state Jl 16-1; 
Taylor, busing by ages is best Jl 17-22; Forsyth busing plan approved Jl 18-3; 
Source of buses still a question Jl 23-38; High Court's busing decision hailed 
Jl 25-IV,3; Buses request draws protest Jl 29-9; 

School districts race to busing Jl 29-9; Busing funds OKd but more needed 
Ag 3-24; Schools weigh Nixon's busing stand Ag 5-1; Galifianakis, Mizell split 
on busing Ag 5-16; Proceed with busing plan, judge tells local schools Ag 10-24; 
Meet on busing, Scott urges Nixon Ag 15-1; 

Busing plan appeal gets board's OK Ag 21-3; Anti-busing group holds protest 
rally Ag 22-14; Vandals hit Wilmington buses Ag 31-7; Officials trust student 
bus drivers Ag 31-26; Busing under fire from minorities S 1-1; Students 
protest switch (Swift Creek) S 4-24; 

City police say motorists ignore stopped school bus S 10-32; Bus driver 
attacked (Greenville) S 11-3; Forsyth files plea on busing S 11-3; Bus dispute 
erupts on horseback S 16-1; Overloading of buses said legal S 18-3; Busing 
problems in Wake said minor S 30-35; School buses to get TV to cut down on 
mischief 24-1; 
SCHOOL FOOD PROGRAMS 

No lunch funds (ed c ) J 27-4; Many NC children still lunchless Mr 17-3; 
Some not getting food they need S 5-IV,3; Schools' lunch aid in trouble 
S 27-7; School food aid formula changed D 11-7; 
SCHOOLS 

Robeson schools accused (evading merger) J 7-3; Teachers' complaints lead 
to closing of Warren school J 16-3; Schools ordered reopened (Jones co.) J 20-3; 
Task force asks unit on ecology J 27-5; Durham sets a two-issue school vote 
F 21-9; Durham boards eye merger plan Mr 7-5; 

NC school officials seek funds to determine pupil achievement Mr 16-24; 
Schools put guarantee on results Mr 17-3; Gov. Scott concerned on schools 
Mr 24-3; Year-round schools proposed for NC Mr 26-7; Official decries school's 
resale Mr 28-1; All-year school considered Mr 28-5; 

New breed of officials (public relations) explain role of schools Mr 29-3; 
21 and over student bill enacted Ap 2-6; Action sought on Raleigh-Wake school 
merger Ap 10-1; Classroom dress codes fading away My 5-1; Question, to beat or 
not to beat My 16-IV,3; $200 million bond issue for schools to be urged My 21-3; 

Education board won't back bond issue Je 4-3; Wake commissioners showing 
control of schools Jl 4-3; Wake school merger bill to be introduced today 
Jl 8-52; Schools ask parents, tell us about your children Jl 20-6; School 
boards get lease power Jl 22-11; 

Students tired of riots, educator says Ag 12-19; 1-room schoolhouse goes 
mod for Ocracoke's 70 students S 25-3; One room school, 1972 model (Ocracoke) 
N 7-111,1; 19 pupils hurt in roof collapse N 13-5; 



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SCHOOLS (Cont.) 

Scott instigates schools* probe N 17-1; Two principals defend suspension 
of students D 4-26; Tutoring program set for reading D 6-5; Innovative school 
planned for Raleigh area D 11-7; 
SCHOOLS 

see also 
PRIVATE SCHOOLS; STUDENTS; TEACHERS; TEXTBOOKS 
SCHOOLS— ADMINISTRATION 

Schools head (James) fails to resign D 9-1; Wayne dispute offers needless 
lesson (ed„) D 11-4; Court order bars firing of official D 15-1; Superintendent 
reveals charges D 22-1; 
SCHOOLS— DESEGREGATION 

Integration 'Southern style 1 (Nash County) J 3-IV, 1; Racial vice squeezes 
Bladen school unit J 23-3; Class dismissed when Louisburg blacks stay out J 26-24; 
Bill aims at courts on mergers J 28-8; Police patrol New Hanover high school 
J 28-38; Black pupils hold boycott in Wilmington J 29-16; 

Blacks hold protests in Morehead J 29-16; Blacks set demands in Bladen 
J 30-3; Six blacks sentenced in Warren J 30-3; School guards not new F 3-3; 
Jittery school is center of race troubled county F 14-4; Negroes in protest at 
Charlotte F 18-8; 150 pupils boycott in Charlotte F 19-3; 

Pupils stay out of school in Charlotte F 23-6; Students still staying away 
from school (Charlotte) F 24-30; Charlotte schools resume schedule F 26-3; 
Fighting at school questioned (Charlotte) F 27-3; Schools open under restrictions 
Mr 3-3; 18 students suspended (Wilmington) Mr 5-3; 

Civil Rights proponents, NC schools discriminate Mr 6-24; Panel hears 
indictment of integration in state Mr 7-9; Rights commission may act after look 
at NC Mr 7-9; Scott has meet on school unrest Mr 9-1; Ahoskie students suspended 
Mr 9-19; Police removed from 3 schools (Wilmington) Mr 10-3; 

Motions name three NC school systems Mr 21-12; Official points out racial 
'hang-ups' in schools Mr 22-6; Integration workers meet in Murfreesboro Mr 23-3; 
Class attendance up in Wilmington Mr 24-16; Court OKs school plan for Halifax 
Mr 25-1; Three schools are closed in Martin Mr 26-3; 

Kins ton school routine returns Ap 4-8; 2 schools closed by unrest 
(Robersonville) Ap 6-3; 175 blacks suspended in Martin Ap 7-3; House detours 
resolution on Mecklenburg schools Ap 7-5; Solicitor rules out absenteeism trials 
Ap 8-3; House defeats move on Charlotte schools Ap 16-7; 

School bias suit eyed for Bladen Ap 17-6; High court upholds busing, other 
methods for integration Ap 21-1; Reaction to court ruling Ap 21-10; School race 
problems still local (ed.) Ap 22-4; Halifax school ruling reversal sought on 
racial grounds Ap 24-3; Nash schools called a 'model* rural system Ap 25-8; 

Charlotte official, court move hurt plans Ap 28-3; Assignment plan includes 
busing for black students Ap 28-30; HEW taking aim at all-black schools My 1-5; 
HEW hearing to consider Vance school board stand My 2-12; One Goldsboro school 
not in compliance My 5-20; Raleigh neighborhood school plan to stay unless 
courts overrule My 15-24; Desegregation order asked for Raleigh schools My 19-30; 
Pearsall plan nears end My 20-5; Greensboro unit draws school plan My 27-48; 
Charlotte school case heariag set Je 2-3; Judge says schools not yet unitary 
(Charlotte) Je 3-3; Raleigh preparing for court-ordered busing Je 3-24; High 
schools closed early in Mecklenburg Je 6-3; Forsyth school bias denied Je 8-5; 

Judges to rule on court role Je 8-12; State school action can be reordered 
Je 17-54; NC integration shows increase Je 18-3; Desegregation plans approved 
for Greensboro Je 19-3; Collapse of schools is feared (Poe) Je 20-5; Wake gets 
warning from HEW Je 22-24; Wake schools get integration prod Je 23-1; 



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SCHOOLS --DESEGREGATION (Cont.) 

Forsyth busing plan to be aired Tuesday Je 28-32; Black minority ruled on 
schools (Charlotte) Jl 1-22; Larkins 5 order reflects supreme court decisions 
Jl 2-3; Raleigh school board plan, objection filed with court Jl 7-3; HEW 
suggests Wake shift races Jl 8-1; Raleigh school plan appealed Jl 9-36; 

Wake told to eliminate racially identifiable schools Jl 9-36; Hearing set 
on Wake-Raleigh merger bill Jl 10-24; 12 Wake schools racially identifiable 
Jl 10-24; Blacks discuss desegregation plans in Raleigh Jl 12-28; Judge 
rejects old school plan here (Raleigh) Jl 13-1; 

Use busing, city schools told (Raleigh) Jl 14-1; Charlotte plans ruling 
appeal Jl 15-7; Mecklenburg board OKs integration plan Jl 17-15; No HEW 
action against Wake seen Jl 17-22; Board adopts Raleigh school plan Jl 21-1; 
KEW gives plan to Wake schools Ag 3-1; 

Guidelines spell out policy for 1971-72 school year Ag 4-26; Alamance 
school plan given to HEW officials Ag 5-2; Wake school plan deadline uncertain 
Ag 5-58; Fayetteville asks HEW visit Ag 7-3; Wake schools shift desegregation 
meet Ag 7-24; 'Hot line' set in Fayetteville Ag 8-3; 

Wake school alternative retains basic patterns Ag 11-28; Midyear shakeup 
in schools feared Ag 12-1; Wake board's plan unveiled Ag 12-1; Wake's recourse 
in court--Jordan Ag 13-40; Wake Board keeps old school plan Ag 17-1; Students 
said buying transfers (Charlotte) Ag 22-8; 

Raleigh's schools get desegregation funds Ag 28-5; NC may lead South in 
integration Ag 29-6; Parents force school's closing (Pembroke) Ag 31-3; 
Northern sector children bused in droves to Ligon Ag 31-26; Morgan, state can't 
intervene in Wilmington integration case S 1-3; Prospect school reopens S 2-3; 

Officers guard Pembroke school S 3-3; School's attendance normal (Prospect) 
S 3-3; Parents in Swift Creek vow boycott of school S 3-30; Fayetteville 
officials defend plan S 8-3; Education quality concerns blacks (Raleigh) S 13-32; 
21 students suspended at Laurinburg S 16-10; 

All NC schools comply with HEW requirements S 18-1; 7 convicted in disorders 
(Lumberton) S 22-3; 7 sentenced in Robeson S 23-3; Three drop appeals of 
Robeson rulings S 25-17; Students seen ending boycott by Tuesday (Stanley) S 26-3; 
Turmoil plagued schools' openings S 27-1; Newsman wins case in Graham 9-5; 

Supreme court will hear Halifax school dispute 13-5; Charlotte schools 
seek court ruling 16-5; Fighting closes school for second day in a row 23-5; 
School to reopen in Southern Pines 27-5; Robeson minority visited 29-5; 
Charlotte school calm 29-13; Pinecrest principal (Swain) reflects on his race 
policy 30-5; 21 students arrested in Charlotte 30-5; 

Charlotte warrants are issued N 2-18; Charlotte school scene of fighting 
N 3-6; NC gets funds for desegregation N 3-7; Charlotte school violence not 
all racial N 4-8; Hearings set for Charlotte school pupils N 6-5; Black-white 
ratios range 17% to 61$ in Raleigh schools M 12-38; 

Area composition said reason for wide pupil ratio variance N 15-32; Cary 
principal wants pupil out after fight N 16-26; New Bern closes its schools 
early N 25-5; Groups plan hearings on school trobles N 30-21; Disorders 
meeting postponed D 1-8; Racial ratio varies widely in Wake County schools D 1-34; 

Racial group's hearings may lead to school suits D 2-8; Schools in Forsyth 
ruled racially OK D 4-6; Scott asks media to back unrest study D 7-10; Scott 
asks solution on pupil unrest D 18-1; Fayetteville integration map drawn D 22-5; 
Raleigh plan review nears D 25-5; 
SCHOOLS- -DESEGREGATION 
see also 
BLACK STUDENT DEMANDS; DEMONSTRATIONS; SCHOOL BUSES 



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SCHOOLS— REVENUE 

Battle lines form on school funds J 14-1; 29 vote margin defeats Wake 
bond issue J 27-1; No-vote bond aid for Wake schools eyed J 28-1; Group to 
ask Assembly for more school funds D 9-15; School funding system criticized 
D 9-15; Official: schools could win finance suit D 28-1; 
SCOTLAND NECK 

Scotland Neck lively for dying town says mayor S 8-3; 
SCOTT, BOB 

Scott's '70 report cites environmental progress J 5-3; Legislative 
message J 15-1; Legislative messags, text J 15-6; Dedicates Lumber ton housing 
F 1-3; Backs Muskie bid F 3-5; Speech, services need reform F 6-6; Skirts 
stand on ECU, terms of office F 11-1; The planning governor (ed.) F 23-4; 

Reticent on political goals Ap 7-6; Text of environmental message to 
Assembly Ap 9-7; Scott speaks out on "extremism' My 4-3; Proposes 18 cabinet- 
type agencies My 5-1; Governor cites need for school discipline My 8-3; 
"Assembly has time to act" My 18-1; Scott says he paid income taxes My 18-3; 

Scott extols military services My 23-3; Gov. Scott is driving success 
Je 12-1; Scott hit by black MD group Je 20-3; Governor to delay patronage 
Jl 4-1; Hits pay hikes, tax repeal Jl 7-8; Scott will lead education group 
Jl 10-3; Scott vows more minority jobs Jl 23-1; 

Scott moods range from brooding to buoyant Jl 25-IV,5; Governor, 'Beware 
of promises of tax cuts' Jl 29-3; Contrary to speculation, Scott's eyeing Haw 
River Ag 30-5; Party disloyalty hinted by Scott S 9-5; Gets community college 
job offer 1-1; Considering many job options 5-6; 

Where is the 'fighting Bob Scott'? (ed.) 13-4; White House regrets it 
if agents mistreated Scott 30-7; Scott urges prison reform support N 5-32; 
Calls for farm income parity N 7-1; 
SEA LABS 
see 
OCEANS AND OCEANOGRAPHY 
SEGREGATION 
see 
DISCRIMINATION 
SERVICE STATIONS 
see 
GARAGES AND SERVICE STATIONS 
SHAW UNIV 

Chicago educator (Hargraves) selected by Shaw J 24-1; Change said 'must' 
for Shaw J 29-40; Tutor plan posts gains at Shaw Ap 10-22; Personnel, program 
cuts warned by president My 10-1; Student's death may be linked to drugs Je 23-32; 
Shaw drive seeks more NC students 29-28; 

Activist (Makeba) honored by Shaw N 13-28; Shaw faces massive faculty 
cutback D 19-1; Drastic cut-back is Shaif's style D 20-5; Shaw faces tough 
course (ed.) D 21-4; 
SHIPWRECKS 

No more people found in sinking Mr 31-3; Burning freighter abandoned by 
crew Ag 3-3; 
SHOPLIFTING 
see 
ROBBERIES AND THEFTS 
SIR WALTER CABINET 

Names 1971 officers J 27-14 



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SMITH ISLAND 
see 
BALD HEAD ISLAND 
SOUL CITY 

Soul City incorporation recommended at UNC F 28-3; And then, the mood 
faded My 23-IV,3; Soul City ecology impact feared N 27-5; 
SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 

Frinks arrested in Wilmington Je 11-3; Frinks posts bond, trial Tuesday 
Je 12-3; Frinks trial delayed, set for Friday Je 17-3; Frinks trial under 
way Je 19-3; State SCLC plans special fund drive 16-6; Black leaders rap 
solicitor 17-5; 2 SCLC men are sought on warrants N 27-5; Movement creates 
new moods D 12-1; Frisks is sentenced to 2 two-year terms D 14-5; 
SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 
see also 
AZALEA FESTIVAL; PITT CO; WILMINGTON 
SOUTHERN GROWTH POLICIES BOARD 

Nine states join board for South N 19-7; 
SOUTHERN PINES 

Emergency state, curfew called 25-5; Curfew in Southern Pines remains 
26-5; 

STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
see 
SBI 
STATE COLLEGE 
see 
NC STATE U 
STATE CONTRACTS 

Bid taken to demolish feed mill F 2-3; 
STATE EMPLOYEES 

State workers to get coverage J 19-7; Hope for medical plan J 19-7; NC 
hiring policy target of 2 bills J 22-7; Bills introduced to aid firemen F 3-6; 
Strike ban proposed F 5-6; Fountain training school dismisses veteran worker 
F 18-3; Training school employe plans to fight dismissal F 19-3; 

2 students said struck by official F 20-1; Witness not present for Ben 
Roney trial F 24-24; Scott aide convicted of hit, run F 25-1; Retirement 
bill readied by Burney Mr 6-5; Car claim paid in aide's crash Mr 13-3; New 
job at lower pay ordered for driver education director Mr 13-3; 

Police arrest highway official (Maxwell) Mr 18-54; Scott speaks out on 
Maxwell charge Mr 26-29; Charges dropped in Roney mishap Ap 3-1; Government 
labor bill introduced Ap 9-6; Insurance is stressed for employes My 13-6; 
Morgan plans aid for solicitors My 19-3; Travel ceiling gets study My 21-7; 

Salary facts bill passes House Je 2-6; Maxwell in hospital after second 
arrest Je. 3-3; Drunk driving trial (Maxwell) delayed Je 19-3; Bike racks 
requested for state employees Je 24-3; John Baker sworn to state job Jl 2-38; 
Maxwell convicted of drunk driving Jl 10-3; Subsistance, travel raised Jl 15-19; 
State alters policy on absences 2-24; 
STATE EMPLOYEES 
see also 
AUTOMOIBJXES--STATE EMPLOYEES USE 
STATE GOVERNMENT 

Department reshuffling report due J 9-5; Scott gets reorganization report 
F 5-5; Getting ejected from closed meeting really dull F 14-5; Open meeting 
law could be gutted F 15-3; Veto power referendum is sought F 18-16; Lanier 
regales panel with unfamiliar tune F 26-6; 



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STATE GOVERNMENT (Cont.) 

Panel says secrecy bill needs study Mr 3-22; Joint Appropriations Committee 
to 'pop in' on agencies Mr 5-1; Scott lauds Cumberland Senator Mr 9-5; Full- 
time no. 2 job urged by Taylor Ap 24-5; Gov. Scott endorses open meetings bill 
Ap 26-3; Hearing set on open meeting bill Ap 28-5; 

Bill seeks vote on two terms for governor Ap 29-12; More study due on 
open meetings Ap 29-30; Open-meeting bill stalled Ap 30-6; His plan would 
reward government efficiency My 2-11,12; Opposition develops to open meetings 
My 2-IV,4; Open meeting bill is for the public (ed.) My 3-4; 

18 cabinet-type agencies proposed by Scott My 5-1; Scott revamp plan 
lauded. 18 new departments My 5-6; Revamping plan limited, but right (ed.) 
My 6-4; June 1 is target for revamp study My 6-11; Watchdog unit urged for 
Assembly My 13-1; Watchdog scampers through NC House My 22-5; 

Reorganization panel OKs probation shift My 27-7; Secrecy measure softened 
My 28-6; Open meet bill gets vote delay Je 2-6; Anti-secrecy measure sent to 
Senate floor Je 4-6; Wildlife official assails reshuffle Je 4-29; Committee 
backs probation shift Je 5-5; Senate committee against C D split Je 11-5; 

Secrecy bill said hypocritical Je 11-9; Beleaguered open meets measure 
passes Senate Je 12-7; Lawsuit bill returned to committee Je 16-6; Computer 
controls approved Je 17-6; Open meetings passed into law Je 19-5; Reshuffle 
of offices gets nod Je 24-1; House OKs reorganization, seeks bigger salary role 
Je 25-6; Amended reorganization gets tentative approval Jl 1-6; 

Senate OKs state reorganization bill Jl 3-3; Government gets a 'streamlined 
look' Jl 18-IV,3; State revamp to begin Jl 26-3; Scott's signature sets up new 
units 2-5; Courier service studied 30-7; NC answers query on open meetings 
N 5-32; NC offices more controlled N 15-7; 

Tighter budget is administration agency's aim N 28-4; Orders to revise 
state budgeting D 17-1; NC gets new 6 fiscal watchdog' D 22-5; 
STATE GOVERNMENT 
see also 
CONSTITUTION 
STATE OFFICIALS 
see 
PUBLIC OFFICIALS 
STATE REVENUE 

Others may envy NC finances J 11-1; Clayton discounts lagging revenues F 9-5; 
Revenue collections decline Mr 9-11; Revenue growth takes largest dip in a decade 
Jl 11-11,10; 
STATE REVENUE 
see also 
TAXES 
STATE UTILITIES COMMISSION 
see 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 
STOCKS AND BONDS 

Industrial bonds get Senate OK Je 17-10; School bond bill returns to panel 
Je 18-8; House favors state vote for school bond issue Jl 2-6; Vote approved 
in House (state bonds for school construction) Jl 3-3; House OKs water, sewer 
bond vote Jl 13-5; School bills lose out in Assembly Jl 14-3; 
STORMS 

Winds, rain pummel state J 6-1; Snow, sleet batter state, travel warnings 
J 9-1; Storm strands hundreds F 14-1; Cumberland storm kills 1 F 23-1; Twisted 
trees, torn homes. Edgecombe, Pitt, Wilson report damage F 24-6; Storm sweeps 
state Ap 7-1; Wind, hail destroy Robeson crops Je 19-3; 



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STORMS (Cont.) 

Hurricanes to meet tough defenses Je 28-6; Winds lash Harnett, Cumberland 
Jl 8-10; Damage light on Coast Ag 28-1; Ginger pounds NC coast 1-1; Crop 
loss in storm may hit $10 million 2-1; Ginger's damage to crops surpasses 
early estimates 23-1; 
STRIKES 

Settlement reached in bus strike J 2-1-; Truck plant strike ends in Wilson 
J 30-3; Some scars left on NC economy Ag 3-2; Goods pile up at state ports 
S 25-3; Ports idle as workers join strike 2-3; NC longshoremen go back to 
work N 16-5; Phoenix labor row continues N 23-5; 
STRIKES 

see also 
LABOR; LABOR UNIONS; STATE EMPLOYEES; TEACHERS 
STUDENT AID 
see 
PRIVATE SCHOOLS; UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 
STUDENTS 

Bill prohibits school weapons J 27-5; Fraternity brothers can now be 
sisters 3-111,1; Students forsaking halls of ivy for own digs N 14-1V,3; 
Students seek bigger say in high school operations D 5-5; Student code criticism 
uninformed (ed.) D 19-IV,4; Student activities curb unrest, NC study shows 
D 27-5; 
STUDENTS 

see also 
VOTER REGISTRATION 
SUBMERGED LAND 
see 
OFFSHORE LAND 
SUICIDES 

Suicide ruled in Rich death J 27-24; Reidsville mayor dies of gunshot Ap 28-23; 
Man's death in flames said suicide My 13-47; Wayne youth found dead at church 
Jl 22-3; Alcohol, medicine cited in death (Davis) Jl 23-3; Suicide 4th-ranked 
cause of NC deaths Ag 19-28; Rising tide of suicide Ag 29-IV,l; 

Man (Stegall) attempts to hang self in jail cell S 8-3; Suicides 11th, not 
4th cause of deaths in state S 10-23; Suicide ruled in hanging of man in Wilkes 
(Parsons) S 15-46; Jailed youth (Alston) kills himself N 11-7; 
SYMPHONY 

Would be state agency under proposed budget J 29-3; Stability for symphony 
(ed.) F 1-4; 
TAX EVASION 

Man (Wainright) faces charge J 14-15; Tax accountant sentenced My 22-24; 
TAX-EXEMPT BONDS 
see 
STOCKS AND BONDS 
TAXES 

Property tax is foggy proposition J 1-1; Assessor is key to property tax 
J 3-1; Sales tax in perspective (ed.) J 9-4; Collections ahead in state J 9-5; 
Banks, state square off on tax issue J 20-1; Local option sales tax voided. 
Legislators stunned J 21-1; Sales tax funds may be withheld J 22-1; 

Scott wants counties to decide on sales tax J 23-1; Court's sales tax 
ruling may affect vote on bonds J 24-1; Revenue search to begin anew J 25-1; 
Assembly given borrowing plan for local units J 26-1; Inheritance tax windfall 
is sought J 28-8; Assembly won't rush into sales tax breach J 28-8; 



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TAXES (Cont.) 

Cigarette tax hike proposed J 29-5; Sales tax bill for counties introduced 
J 30-1; Increase is sought in bank tax burden J 30-7; Limit this taxing power 
(ed.) F 2-4; Municipalities support county sales tax levy F 2-5; Sales tax 
funds bottled up by legality F 3-1; Tax plan support urged F 3-6; 

Bottlers, repeal tax on drinks F 4-6; City, county officials back local 
tax authority F 5-6; Strategy, shelve emergency borrowing bill F 7-8; Local 
sales tax issue is assigned F 9-5; Sales tax panel closes its doors F 10-6; 
Panel bars legislator F 11-8; Tax bills flooding assembly F 12-6; 

Bankers propose lighter tax load F 13-5; Tax redistribution sought F 13-5; 
Amended sales tax bill advances F 17-6; Binding tax vote proposed F 17-6; 
House committee OKs distribution F 18-6; Senate committee approves local sales 
tax measure F 18-6; Drink tax battling to begin F 18-7; 

Senate OK's distribution of local option tax funds F 19-1; Sales tax 
distribution bill nears passage F 20-6; Assembly faces a week of taxes F 22-6; 
Senate backs local sales tax measure F 24-1; Borrowing plan wins panel vote 
F 24-14; Local sales tax funds distributed F 24-14; Senate adopts local option 
tax bill F 25-3; Scott rebuffed on tax sharing plan F 26-3; 

House panel OKs amended sales tax bill F 26-6; 1 cent tax money spent 
F 28-5; Bank taxes, a clouded issue (ed c ) Mr 3-4; Churches not exempt on 
property Mr 3-28; House alters sales tax bill Mr 4-1; Bank tax measure 
introduced Mr 5-5; Sales tax bill approved by House, sent to Senate Mr 6-5; 

Sales tax bill goes back to Senate Mr 9-5; Sales tax bill nears passage 
Mr 10-1; Sales tax authority OKd Mr 12-1; Fast action to collect tax expected 
Mr 13-3; Official has doubts on tax plan Mr 14-3; Sales tax allotments listed 
Mr 14-12; New estimates given on sales tax revenue Mr 17-10; 

More city funds from tax sought Mr 20-5; Bank tax report ordered. Long 
road ahead for bank tax bill Mr 25-7; Bankers oppose bill asking tax changes 
Mr 31-6; Senate OKs roads formula Mr 31-6; Street fund hike for cities OK'd 
Ap 1-6; Bottlers hit on tax ads Ap 2-1; 

Sales tax OKd by Buncombe, Pamlico boards Ap 2-27; Bottlers 's tax 
campaign having mixed effects Ap 5-5; Bills offer syrup firms new options 
Ap 7-6; Tax revenue for March rises Ap 8-24; Street aid bill enacted Ap 9-6; 
Bank tax measure proposed Ap 14-6; New soft drink tax bill offered Ap 15-14; 

Powell bill boosts due in late s 72 Ap 16-7; Revenue department gets big 
mail load Ap 17-6; Farmland t;:x bill offered My 1-5; Wake board takes steps 
toward no-vote sales tax My 4-1; Military spokesman urges exemption bill for 
retired persons My 5-6; Bank personal property bill loses My 6-1; 

Drink tax repeal backed My 6-6; Newspaper ad tax suggested My 14-7; 
NC press official opposes tax on ads My 15-3; Commissioners face tax vote 
showdown My 16-4; Gloom surrounds revenue hopes My 16-7; Official says ad tax 
would hurt public My 17-3; House unit approves bank bill My 19-5; 

Wake residents to pay extra penny sales tax My 20-1; Revenue sharing 
assailed by Mills in talk here My 21-1; Grange urges lower tax on open land 
near cities My 21-7; Bank tax bill could mean bonus My 23-4; No rush for tax 
refunds My 23-6; Farm tax idea growing in merit (ed.) My 24-4; 

Bank taxation bill to get more study My 27-7; Senate OKs tax break for 
women Je 8-6; Panel's vote delays tax repeal measure Je 9-1; Drink tax repeal 
effort fizzles Je 10-1; Ex-servicemen's tax cut tentatively OKd Je 10-19; 
Drink tax repeal effort blocked again Je 11-8; Servicemen tax cut approved 
Je 11-8; Bank tax bill back in House Je 18-8; 

Bank tax bill passed by House Je 23-5; Property tax bill OKd by House 
Je 23-7; House OKs slash in trucker taxes Je 24-1; 



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TAXES (Cont.) 

Soft drink repeal bill gets a '73 date Je 25-1; Truckers make a $3 million 
grab (ed.) Je 25-4; Legislator hits N&O editorial (truck license fees) Je 27-3; 
Senate committee votes to kill bank tax bill Jl 2-5; Drink tax repeal set for 
debate Jl 2-6; Drink tax foes win test Jl 3-1; 

Bank tax action right, manner wrong (ed.) Jl 6-4; House bowed to bottlers' 
pressure (ed.) Jl 7-4; House backs repeal of drink tax in '73 Jl 7-25; Sales 
tax funds total $850,000 Jl 8-7; Showdown seen over drink tax Jl 8-11; Senate 
panel blocks repeal of drink tax Jl 9-1; 

House approves bill on $2 city auto tags Jl 9-7; House OKs property tax 
relief Jl 10-5; Truckers to amend bill that would cut revenues Jl 15-16; Farm 
tax bill dies Jl 16-7; Aged poor get tax help Jl 17-3; Liquor tax could pay 
medicaid? Jl 17-3; Tax exemptions for women OKd Jl 17-3; 

Many property owners get tax reprieve Jl 18-1; Sales tax galloping across 
state (ed.) Jl 20-4; New tax on liquor gets tentative yes in House Jl 20-5; 
House gives OK on liquor tax bill Jl 21-6; Liquor tax measure dies in Senate 
panel Jl 22-6; City earnings ranked. Ranking of counties Jl 25-6; 

10 more counties to add extra penny to sales tax Jl 31-3; Opponents seek 
sales tax vote Ag 6-3; Warren county may vote on repealing sales tax S 3-5; 
Americans pay average of $427 in taxes yearly 10-IV,8; Citizens sign up against 
sales tax 28-1; NC not now top on gas tax D 6-5; 
TEACHERS 

Push set for higher pay J 7-5; Top teacher (Allison) says school on hot 
spot J 8-3; Salary telegrams flood Scott, legislators J 15-5; NC teachers sound 
alarm J 22-6; Scott's lesson for teachers (ed.) J 24-IV,4j NC teachers talking 
of 'alert' J 29-40; To consider use of sanctions against state F 2-3; 

Mystery, teachers' real boss F 5-22; Find time not right F 8-7; 10 month 
job, salary said urgent need F 18-16; Teacher pay raise sought F 20-6; Work 
stoppage by teachers illegal but can be effective F 21-IV,3; 15 day teacher 
pay wins House approval Mr 5-6; 

Teacher surplus noted in state Mr 5-9A; Black educators being displaced 
Mr 7-IV,5; Disruption pay for teachers becomes law Mr 13-5; Senate OKs 
teachers pay plan Mr 17-3; NCEA sets hearings on schools Mr 19-6; Teacher 
(Singleton) sues school board Mr 22-14; 

Education body faces suit over teacher certificates Mr 26-29; Statewide 
sanctions against schools off Mr 30-24; Teachers hit Scott in turn to politics 
Ap 3-1; Phillips hits actions of teachers Ap 12-1; Judge backs NC rules on 
certificate renewals Ap 16-3; Educators ponder political machine Ap 18-1; 

Pay hike or longer term said choices of teachers Ap 22-10; NCAE warns 
against ~>lan to eliminate salary hike Ap 23-31; Longer term said teachers' 
top priority Ap 25-4; Pay hike backed, longer-term idea falters Ap 29-13; 
Pay hike deserves priority (ed.) My 1-4; 

Longer term for teachers rejected by money panel My 12-6; 10$ teacher 
pay hike gets nod My 14-1; Bargaining sought for teachers My 15=17; Tenure 
is tenure is . . . My 20-9; Local teachers said losing jobs to federal 
volunteers My 22-3; School boards protest tenure bill Je 2-6; 

Teacher injury bill advances Je 3-7; Teachers set up. political group 
Je 9-3; Teachers prefer political influence (ed.) Je 12-4; Political seminar 
slated Je 13-3; Teachers speed up lobbying Je 15-6; Budget bill stalled by 
teacher pay fight Je 29-1; Teacher supporters taint their cause (ed.) Jl 1-4; 

House passes bill on teacher security Jl 8-8; Unit gives second day to 
teachers Jl 15-1; Court upholds contract loss Jl 31-6; Teacher raises still 
uncertain Ag 18-1; State officials assuming teachers to get increase Ag 19-1; 



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TEACHERS (Cont.) 

Tar Heel teachers to get pay increase Ag 27-1; May get retroactive hike 
S 3*1; School officials advised not to pay teacher raise S 15-1; Get pay 
increase S 17-1; Teachers sample jobs they teach 14-12; Court gets case 
on recertification 15-7; 2,000 hear candidates 24-1; 

Official questions NC teacher raises N 3-1; New law may 'weed out 1 
teachers N 16-6; NC teacher of the year; tells black history like it is N 21-4; 
Court upholds education board on teacher recertification rule D 16-10; 
TEACHERS 

see also 
DISCRIMINATION 
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS 

NC takes steps for US funds Je 4-3; 
TEENAGERS 
see 
CHILDREN AND YOUTH 
TELEVISION 

Preacher, TV is root of all evil J 17-1; Cablevision asks franchise to 
permit local programs Mr 25-54; 
TEXTBOOKS 

Minister condemns book ban J 17-4; Book-ban ministers to get hearing J 27-3; 
Book ban request rejected F 5-1; 
TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

Firm to seek jobs for its employes (Kellowood) J 6-13; Textile backlash 
hits ECU J 7-1; Threatened by textiles (ed.) J 8-4; NC needs blueprint (text of 
Bearden speech) J 10-IV,5; Burlington will keep ECU dates J 13-1; Misguided 
threat overruled (ed.) J 14-4; Official 'deplores' ECU job date policy J 22-30; 

Employment firm F 24-21; Japanese to limit textiles Mr 9-1; Unique setup 
gives Japanese textile industry unusual advantages Mr 28-IV,5; House asks US 
action on textiles Ap 3-5; Textiles recession said ending My 23-14; Textile 
industry fears China trip Ag 24-19; Cannon mills uses double standard (ed.) 
S 6-4; Agreement pleases NC textile officials 16-8; 

NC must act now on textile threat (ed.) 20-4; Union official raps 
Burlington request 30-5; Employment shows decrease in report D 12-5; 
THEATER 

Paul Green play opens on Easter Ap 10-7; Trio forms Carolina Repertory Co 
N 9-8; Little Theater ex-director and wife going to Virginia N 12-38; 
THEATER 

see also 
ECU; OUTDOOR DRAMA 
THEFTS 
see 
ROBBERIES AND THEFTS 
THREATS 

Governor routed by bomb hoax Mr 6-1; Legislature cleared by bomb call Ap 4-4; 
Bomb scare trial delay granted Ap 14-3; 
TIDELANDS 
see 
OFFSHORE LAND 
TOBACCO 

Morale up F 1-21; Panel OKs cigarette law repeal F 24-14; Senate enacts 
cigarette bill F 26-6; Cigarette makers declare industry healthy Mr 1-3; 
Tobacco official (Palmer) resigns Mr 6-3; 2 NC firms are fired for cigarette 
sales Mr 18-9; States still fret over bootleg smokes My 9-1; 



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TOBACCO (Cont.) 

Free enterprise threat is feared (Kornegay) Je 23-3; Leaf group backs small 
markets Je 25-3; European mart said threat to US leaf Je 26-8; Leaf market 
restrictions approved over protests Je 26-8; State power on tobacco rejected 
Jl 9-6; NC farmers plant less tobacco Jl 10-1; 

Leaf panel study gets House OK Jl 14-10; Judge ends Georgia out-of-state 
leaf limits Ag 3-1; Opening market day belongs to farmers Ag 4-1; Judge denies 
plea for more sales time S 11-3; Appeals court denies more selling time plea 
S 18-3; 
TOPLESS ATTIRE 

Club faces charges of lewd show J 16-18; Charlotte gets bottomless ban 
J 29-16; Publicity bad, says club owner F 3-23; Court rules on topless night 
club F 23-5; Prison terms given 2 topless dancers Ap 8-51; 'Bottomless* bill 
takes old form My 19-5; Bottomless dancing is argued My 22-3; 

Ban on topless dancing in Onslow upheld My 27-1; Topless tax (Charlotte) 
S 2-7; 2 charged after dance S 10-3; Topless tax refund set 28-5; 
TOPLESS ATTIRE 
see also 
CENSORSHIP 
TOURIST TRADE 

New NC travel promoter plans no radical changes F 28-3; Leisure living 
section My 16-V; Tourism is good business Dean tells local employees Ag 4-26; 
TOURISTS 

NC serves hospitality to Africans Jl 16-3; 
TOWNS 
see 
URBAN AREAS 
TRADE PRACTICES AND MONOPOLIES 

Recording sound tracks for sale hit, defended Je 16-6; Tape 'piracy* bill 
cut by House panel Je 23-6; Recordings measure advances Jl 9-7; House vote 
tables tape 'piracy' bill Jl 13-5; 
TRANSIT SYSTEMS 

CP&L ties to bus franchise eyed J 1-38; Firm seeks to retain contract J 3-3; 
Financial woes stall bus companies F 23-3; Transit proposal braked in House 
F 27-5; Bus firm head not told of changes Mr 8-24; City bus system set for 
Chapel Hill area Mr 17-6; City bus double loss Mr 24-32; 

Chapel Hill fears trouble bus system Ap 12-32; Scott cites need for transit 
plan Ap 17-3; Apathy plagues Chapel Hill buses Ap 26-3; Utilities commission 
OKs hike in NC bus rates Ap 28-3; Chapel Hill bus service is stopped My 3-3; 
Bus company aid nears Senate OK Je 12-5; 

Gas tax refund proposal given new life by House Jl 21-6; Bus lines to get 
gas tax refunds Jl 22-10; Mass transit facts gathered Ag 30-7; 
TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAY SAFETY 

Mills heads transportation D 1-1; Fred Mills sworn in as department head 
D 11-7; 
TRUCKING 

Bill requires tarpaulin over hauled gravel Mr 10-6; Truck load bill given 
initial OK Mr 11-46; Minority report submitted on truck covers Ap 3-5; Senate 
revives truck cover bill Ap 8-24; Truckers made a $3 million grab (ed.) Je 25-4; 
TRUTH IN LENDING 
see 
CONSUMER PROTECTION 



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UNC 

Trustees eye changes (state reorganization) J 9-3; Chancellors to discuss 
fees F 11-38; Standardized fee policy for University confirmed F 13-3; Seeks 
another 35.2 million F 24-14; Trustees' bill gets beating Mr 31-6; Eight 
legislators among 62 trustee nominees My 12-6; Panel OKs slate of trustees 
My 19-5; Trustee bids shut down Assembly My 21-1; 

Consolidated university rally cited My 23-14; Election settled on UNC 
trustees? Je 19-9; Barbee is nominated to trustee position Je 23-7; 29 named 
as trustees Jl 1-6; UNC says no work for US classified Ag 14-24; Trustees 
hike tuition for out-of-state students Ag 14-24; 

Alcoholic beverage policy studied for UNC campuses S 18-26; UNC asked to 
authorize student drink S 23-62; New liquor policy decided N 13-1; 
UNC-C 

Budget cut may hurt goal J 16-5; Students' president flunks out Jl 11-11,10; 
UNC-CH 

Campus police to keep firearms J 10-12; Students slam door on visitation policy 
J 12-22; Med school abandons grade plan J 22-3; Students offer legal aid clinic 
J 24-V,10; Eyes changing calendar F 6-24; UNC head selection stymied Mr 7-6; 
Holley appointed dean of the School of Library Science Mr 17-10; 

Aid comes slowly for ill coed Mr 22-6; Chancellor hunt down to three 
Ap 17-6; Teacher (Magus) dies in rescue attempt My 15-3; Trustees to pick 
UNC-CH head My 24-28; Sitterson tells class of '71 University has taken on 
new role My 31-3; 22nd in fund survey Je 27-7; 

Graduate students try new life style Jl 1-29; UNC medical school to expand 
by local affiliations Jl 6-3; Head (Taylor) chosen for health unit Jl 12-5; 
Sitterson to keep job through fall Jl 22-3; Pharmacy program accredited Ag 5-17; 
Court upholds teacher (Blevins) firing S 9-54; 

Heat stroke led to new UNC policy S 11-1; Black students burn yearbook 
S 11-5; Draft counseling short on funding S 20-5; Football player (Arnold) 
dies S 22-1; "Mr. fix-it" retiring at age 63 10-11; UNC to celebrate birthday 
(178th) 11-5; Doubts remain in football death (ed.) 15-4; 

Arnold tragedy raises questions about football program at UNC 21-10; 
Tony Harvey stars in prize-winning movie 24-V,5; Fraternity house blaze 
injuries 8 25-1; Health careers program begun 27-8; Bomb scare can't stop 
exams D 15-5; New chancellor (Taylor) named at UNC D 23-1; 
UNC-G 

Suspends magazine J 18-19; 
UNC-W 

Dean (Cahill) chosen J 12-3; Fills posts Ag 14-16; 
UNEMPLOYMENT 
see 
EMPLOYMENT 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 

Enrollment drop hurts colleges J 2-22; Campuses tighten security methods 
J 3-1; NC universities dislike aid plan J 7-38; Fifteen universities (charts) 
J 17-IV,1; Fee system, store profits gee scrutiny J 20-8; Sanford, press 
can reconcile gap J 23-3; Sitterson sees threat in university equality J 23-3; 

No end seen to infighting F 28-4; Bill proposes trustee roles for students 
Mr 5-3; Junior colleges seek bigger role Mr 18-9; State boa'rd will tackle 
problem of college aid Mr 18-9; Matching funds catch black colleges short Mr 19-28; 
Board slaps moratorium on universities' requests Mr 20-3; Cooperating Raleigh 
Colleges group picks director (Conners) Ap 2-27; 



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UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES (Cont.) 

Senate OK's bill to give trustee vote to students Ap 21-5; Change seen 
in student mood Ap 27-3; Measure hits cohabitation at state-owned schools 
My 5-6; Student aid plan gets approval My 5-6; Student presidents sign 
'Peoples' peace treaty (Dome) My 10-1; Student aid bills OKd My 13-11; 

Student aid plan enacted by House My 15-3; Caldwell, only 5 NC 
universities My 16-1; Student aid bill passes My 22-1; Steep hike in 
college tuition for non-NC students sought My 27-7; Student aid measure 
introduced in House My 27-8; Private colleges aid is criticized My 28-7; 

Student aid advances My 29-6; University officials hit halting coed 
dorm visiting Je 18-8; House OKs non-native tuition bill Je 18-9; Tuition 
increase passed by House Je 19-5; Panel slams door on bedroom bill Je 23-5; 
Morals resolution put in Jo 24-9; New Bible college will open in Dunn Je 28-6; 

Students' morals are senators' resolve Je 30-1; State aid bill gets first 
OK Jl 2-6; College loan group taking applications Jl 7-25; Senate committee 
clears out-of-state tuition hike Jl 9-1; 4 NC schools over pay average Jl 9-3; 
Senate OKs resolution on morality Jl 9-6; Tuition bill aimed at athletes Jl 14-3; 

University building jobs funded Jl 21-3; Morality resolution voted down 
Jl 21-6; Senate OKs repeal of insurer exemption (TIAA & CREF) Jl 21-6; 
Educators must wait for raises Jl 22-7; Campus leaders set talk on policies 
and education Ag 6-5; Student heads back revamp plan Ag 8-5; 

Student meeting to begin Ag 13-10; Student leaders begin conference Ag 14-3; 
Universities lose out-of-staters Ag 21-3; Special section S 15-2+ ; Heads repeal 
law on advance deposits S 16-14; NC's school loan share small 7-3; Scott 
warns on renewed drive for graduate programs 7-45; 

Black school's future is students* concern 17-12; Studies abroad would 
improve curriculum 24-4; Gripes aired at UNC-CH on dormitory operations N 8-5; 
It's bad dorm experience, some campus residents say N 8-5; Private colleges 
increase enrollment N 14-5; NC black schools staying black N 28-1; 

Girls school's key, relevance N 28-4; '71 degrees top previous years D 13-5; 
College admissions center set in NC D 16-9; Black colleges' dilemma, where do 
they fit in? D 20-5; Enrollment at colleges shows rise D 23-8; 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 
see also 
COMMUNITY COLLEGES; EDUCATION, HIGHER; PRIVATE SCHOOLS; names of individual 
schools 
URBAN AREAS 

Cities, counties get fat slice of proposed budget J 14-10; Little effect 
seen by court annexation rule J 18-3; Review required on annexations J 19-3; 
Bill seeks updating of city laws F 6-6; Fayetteville annex bill survives committee 
Mr 12-8; Cities desperate for help Ap 5-1; House OKs city street fund boost 
Ap 8-1; Panel hears arguments on Leeland (Incorporation) My 7-7; 

Fayetteville annexation battle rages in Raleigh My 23-5; Address of town 
unknown My 30-1; Bill aims at towns near cities Je 5-17; City earnings ranked 
Jl 25-6; 
UTILITIES 
see 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 
UTILITIES C0MM. 

Utilities unit objects to policies S 22-5; 
VAGRANCY AND VAGRANTS 

Fayetteville vagrancy laws to be enforced Ap 10-22; Vagrancy law ban upheld 
Jl 2-3; 18 'Hippie' files may be destroyed Jl 4-11,10; 



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VANDALISM 

Costs soar in Raleigh Jl 19-28; Students destroying Wake school N 3-30; 
VENERAL DISEASES 

Aid may help curb spread of Gonorrhea Ag 4-18; VD cases increase in state 
4-7; Gonorrhea increase blamed on free sex N 21-6; 
VIOLENCE 

MACE case (ed.) J 11-4; Three held after blast (Morehead City) J 18-18; 
Fights shut down New Bern schools J 19-1; School problems eyed in New Bern 
J 23-3; Bomb scare interrupts school day (Bladen Co.) J 26-3; Experts defuse 
bomb at school J 27-1; Students stay out of class (Elizabethtown) J 28-3; 

Wilmington blasts probed F 4-3; Wilmington mayor calls for calm F 6-3; 
Strife continues in Wilmington F 7-1; 2 die in Wilmington, guard is called 
out F 8-1; Officers search church. Wilmington strife marked by communications 
gap F 9-1; Tensions said easing in Wilmington F 10-1; 

Wilmington cooling off F 11-3; Wilmington rites held for black F 12-3; 
Family carries body to prison (Wilmington) F 13-1; Guard departs from Wilmington 
F 13-3; Lenoir schools due to reopen after unrest F 27-3; New Hanover high 
schools closed as violence erupts F 27-3; 18 students arrested in fighting 
(Wilmington) Mr 4-7; School violence measure wins support at hearing Mr 11-3; 

Four blacks bound over in shootout (High Point) Mr 15-28; Wilmington 
hit by more fights Mr 18-3; New Hanover to employ officers to guard schools 
Mr 19-3; Patrolmen sent to Wilmington Mr 20-3; Man dies in shootout with two 
patrolmen (Apex) Mr 21-12; Activists blamed for disturbances Ap 8-24; 

Officers evict black group while 2 men questioned (Elizabethtown) My 1-6; 
Civil rights aide wounded by gunshot My 29-3; Seniors-only classes calm unrest 
at Charlotte school My 29-3; Beer hall brawl hurts 2 police Je 6-3; Blast 
damages Gastonia firm Je 9-3; NC man gets subpoena in capitol bombing case 
Je 19-1; Chapel Hill man said nothing on capitol bombing Jl 3-15; 

Curfew warned in Forest City Jl 24-8; Man (Murphy) killed in struggle 
Ag 8-12; Wee hours explosion shatters car owned by Wake Forest policeman 
Ag 12-58; Private school burned, guard at public schools (Hendersonville) Ag 31-1; 
4 policemen injured during drug arrests (Greensboro) Ag 31-3; 

Blast damages facilities at Ayden pickle factory S 8-3; Bomb rips high 
school near Ayden S 9-1; 3 charged in shooting into home (Raeford) S 28-3; 
Family (Hefner) beaten, tortured 3-1; Boys shoot at teacher in Boone 29-18; 
School stabbing (Wilson) 2 teens charged D 3-5; 

Ben Chavis surrenders to face federal charges D 11-30; Man (Kirkley) is 
gunned down at Greenville club D 19-5; 
VIOLENCE 

see also 
MURDERS; names of places, e.g WILMINGTON 
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 
see 
EDUCATION; TECHNICAL SCHOOLS 
VOTER REGISTRATION 

Referendum on vote-at-18 likely J 15-1; Officials briefed on vote rules 
J 19-3; Jaycees back 18 year vote J 27-5; Brock, no problem over literacy 
test F 3-5; Only one speaker opposes 18 year old vote at hearing Mr 4-5; 
Harrelson seeks new voting laws Mr 6-5; Kirk hits Democrats on vote age Mr 12-8; 

House advances vote at 18 plan Mr 18-1; Vote at 18 gets final House OK 
Mr 19-6; Committee approves vote at 18 Ap 10-5; Senate OKs vote-at-18 measure 
Ap 15-7; Election scheduled on 18 vote Ap 16-1; Bill would ratify 18-year-old 
vote Ap 17-5; Court test likely on voter residency Ap 20-24; 



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VOTER REGISTRATION (Cont.) 

Davidson student appeals for right to local vote Ap 30-7; UNO students 
seek absentee vote rights My 3-6; Women's vote may yet win NC approval My 5-6; 
Absentee vote law urged My 26-5; Senate okays age-18 rights My 27-7; NC OK 
not likely for vote amendment Je 4-7; 

New action sought on voting-age bill Je 11-11; Idealogical battle stalls 
vote-at-18 Je 14-8; Court rejects stay of year in local votes Je 17-1; Court 
residency decision appropriate (ed„) Je 18-4; NC Senate to debate vote age 
amendment Je 19-9; Youths 18 to 21 slow in registering to vote Je 20-12; 

Vote-at-18 bill slated in Senate Je 26-1; NC the 37th state to ratify 
vote-at-18 Jl 1-7; Ratification act flown to capitol Jl 2-6; Joys, woes, 
confusion in new age of majority Jl 3^3; Vote-at-18 ceremony held Jl 6-1; 
Residency decision appeal notice filed Jl 10-3; 

Bill urges majority at 18 repeal Jl 14-3; 18-year-old vote drive set 
Jl 20-3; Registration of young voters slow S 3-3; Student vote change denied 
S 11-5; Robeson board won't OK Indian as voter registrar S 23-10; Robeson 
board tells registrars be cooperative S 29-3; Student voter signup promoted 
13-5; Senate expected to focus on absentee ballot issue 29-6; 

Primary absentee ballot OKd 31-1; More voters of all ages flock to 
register here N 4-62; North Hills drive draws young voters N 29-30; 3 college 
students sue election board (Laurinburg) D 13-5; Judge rules Wake student may 
register D 16-62; Student still denied registration D 18-26; Vote rule could 
mean student coup D 19-4; 
VOTING 

Raleigh primary results Ap 21-1; Election results My 5; Hawkins wins 
Durham race My 16-3; Signing of poll book gets House unit's OK My 21-6; 
Bill requiring voters to sign passes House Je 2-6; Election signing measure 
killed by House, 59-49 Je 3-9; 

Electronic voting proposal awaiting final House Action Jl 21-6; 
VOTING 

see also 
ELECTIONS 
WAKE CO 

Wake county is 200 years old today Mr 12-1; Anniversary section (200 
years) Mr 28-VI; 
WAKE FOREST 

Ex-enploye held in threats Jl 22-18; Raleigh surgeon (Paschal) heads 
trustees 24-18; Law school, sufficient funds N 7-6; 
WATER 

Water rights bill introduced in Senate F 9-5; Bills seek regional water 
rules F 20-6; Well water now on sale in Asheville Mr 24-3; Senate OKs water 
bill Ap 3-5; Treatment of water opposed (Kinston) Ap 21-9; State bond issue 
asked on water Je 9-6; NC areas get loans on water Je 18-30; 

Clean water bill OK'd Jl 14-10; Carolina Beach in water crisis D 18-5; 
WATER 

see also 
CONSERVATION; POLLUTION; WATER AND AIR RESOURCES; WATER POLLUTION 
WATER AND AIR RESOURCES 

Rocky River poses stream rule question J 8-29; Two hearings planned on 
rivers J 11-8; Neuse Reservoir tops list for Tar Heel fund seekers J 22-36; 
Coast area water issue fear voiced J 23-3; Purging panel seen difficult Ap 13-3; 
Subcommittee will study resource board's revamp My 13-11; Panel OKs board 
change Jl 20-3; Water and air problems Jl 24-3; 



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WATER AND AIR RESOURCES (Cont.) 

State OKs study on ground water Ag 27-5; 
WATER POLLUTION 

Study sees problems in reservoir homes J 10-9; Schlitz tells court of 
waste Ap 27-3; Study cites limit on phosphorus My 13-3; Anti-pollution suit 
filed My 18-3; Halt creek pollution, Morehead men told My 22-3; Thermal 
pollution tests power firms' imagination. CP&L to study thermal effects My 24-6; 

Toxic water trapped in trenches Je 27-3; Oil spill measure enacted into 
law Jl 10-3; Officials discuss methods to stop Yadkin fish kills Jl 15-6; 
Winston challenges suit Jl 22-47; Request won (vJinston-Salem, Yadkin River) 
Ag 1-3; Board seeks local action on treatment of sewage 1-6; 

Unsafe handling of water ruled 7-5; Jordan's plant called polluter 
14-11; Health board acts on water curbs 29-18; NC fights ocean site 
for dump N 12-5; NC to oppose acid dumping off Georgia N 13-6; Acid dump 
plan not reassuring (ed.) N 21-IV,4; Toxic measurements in water questioned 
D 4-18; Creek near Wilmington contaminated by spill D 8-5; 

Firm bears cost in creek cleanup D 17-5; Blast puts chemicals in Cape 
Fear river D 22-5; Wilmington to protect its water D 23-5; 
WATER POLLUTION 
see also 
POLLUTION 
WELCOME CENTERS 

Two centers welcome 602,472 visitors J 28-3; 
WELFARE DEPT 
see 
PUBLIC WELFARE 
WILDLIFE 

Five wildlife bills introduced in House F 25-10; Hunters out for bear 
Mr 12-8; Animals ran back into fire Ap 23-3; Bear bill growls futile Ap 29-12; 
Public hearings scheduled on game lands My 3-7; More game lands topic of 
hearing My 5-3 ; 
WILDLIFE FEDERATION 

Wildlife Federation hits tag opponents My 3-7; 
WILDLIFE RESOURCES COMM 

Three officers named J 26-3; 
WILMINGTON 

Mayor backs policemen in clubbing J 5-7; Police chief firing urged in 
Wilmington F 21-5; Petition on chief presented F 23-6; Official under fire 
F 26-3; Funeral is quiet Mr 21-3; Blacks picketing Wilmington stores Mr 25-47; 
Disrupters are pros, Frinks says Ap 9-3; Ruling said near on rights groups 
Ap 9-10; Wilmington court order extended Ap 10-3; 

Eure eyeing poor plan on festival Ap 10-15; Court order service due on 
festival Ap 11-17; Disruptions order now permanent Ap 20-5; City Manager looking 
for job Ap 24-8; Wilmington ouster try 'unneeded' Ap 27-3; Frinks warns on 
demands My 24-3; City council votes switch Je 1-3; 

Wilmington to study change for mayor Je 15-3; 2 school guards found slain 
at Wilmington Jl 8-1; Picketing curbs ordered S 3-3; Seeks to hire outside city 
S 28-3; Fight erupts after ball game 3-3; Race strife again erupts in 
Wilmington, 4 wounded 4-5; 2 policemen hurt in pre-dawn trouble 5-3; 

Wilmington racism wider threat (ed.) 5-4; Wilmington bars guns on 
civilians 6-5; Wilmington relies on firearms ban O 7-5; Black activist out 
on bond after arrest 8-5; White group fans port city fear 8-5; Tensions 
easing in port city 10-5; Wilmington removes firearms restrictions 12-5; 



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WILMINGTON (Cont.) 

Whites arrested, shotguns seized 15-1; Ben Chavis cleared of traffic 
charge 16-5; City to change employee residence rule N 2-5; Black guards 
posted at port city church N 3-5; Youths arrested for arms N 5-32; Council 
votes to broaden racial panel N 9-21; 

Five students injured in Wilmington outbreak N 11-5; Chavis cites white 
attack in Wilmington racial row N 12-5; County declares emergency N 13-5; 
Frinks, two others file ruling appeal N 13-5; Race fear, frustration grip 
Wilmington N 14-6; Planned school boycott fizzles in Wilmington N 16-5; 

'Emergency' is extended N 18-5; 29 fined for rally in port city N 24-5; 
Pastor sentenced (assault) D 11-5; Slaying charged to black D 13-5; Chavis 
charged accessory to gun slaying D 17-5; Chavis arrested on return D 21-4; 
'Liberation' meet is set D 22-5; 
WILMINGTON 
see also 
MURDERS; SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE; VIOLENCE 
WILSON TECH 

President (DelMastro) dies Mr 10-20; 
WINE 

Make your own? Wine not? S 19-V,1; 
WINSTON- SALEM 

Gas blast proceeding scheduled F 17-3; Lay preachers annoy merchants 
Jl 30-3; Street preacher returns S 23-8; 
WIRETAPPING 
see 
PRIVACY, INVASION OF 
WOMEN 

Knox denies bill is 'women's lib' F 19-6; Galifianakis backs women's 
rights F 20-3; Assembly enacts measure on women's hours limit Mr 6-5; 
Women voters get House aye Ap 10-5; Women take giant steps in area politics 
My 6-36; Mothers-in-law, spinsters, topics at local lib meeting Jl 1-37; 

Women who lobby for a better world Ag 1-111,8; Jumping job barriers 
Ag 8-111,1; Black women in top jobs S 26-111,1; First woman agent working 
for SBI 6-28; Women will be heard in Tar Heel politics N 21-IV,5; Woman's 
changing self concept concern for NCSU professor D 9-25; Woman found guilty 
in nonsupport case D 30-5; 
WRITERS AND WRITING 

William Harmon, a private world J 10-IV,7; An afternoon of very bad 
poetry Ap 22-25; Tar Heel writers meet Ag 8-V,7; NC has share of little 
magazines S 5-IV,9; Schools to get poet-f or-a-week 1-5; A poet (Miller) 
defends teaching poets 3l-IV,7; Daniels, Ehle winners of top literary 
awards D 4-1 ; 
WRITERS AND WRITING 
see also 
AWARDS 
YOUNG PEOPLE 
see 
CHILDREN AND YOUTH 
ZOOS 

Zoo group says no to Guilford J 12-3; Zoo head 'enthused' J 27-3; 
3 sites in jeopardy F 6-3; Use of parks as zoo site rejected F 13-3; 
Wanted, home for tigers F 14-IV,1; Group to select site today for $25 million 
zoo F 20-24; Asheboro area selected as site for state's zoo F 21-1; 



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ZOOS (Cont.) 

Project needs money, planning and construction F 22-3; Investment in a 
state zoo called 'sound business' Mr 14-IV,3; NC zoo is seen as money-maker 
Mr 31-3; USDA gives zoo 'conditional OK' Ap 10-3; Funds still caged, but 
partisans seek key My 13-1; 

Zoo forces get a ray of hope, but Assembly outlook is still dark My 14-11; 
Developers hot on zoo's heels My 30-1; Referendum backed by House Jl 9-7; 
Panel passes zoo bond bill Jl 14-3; Zoo bond vote OKd Jl 16-3; Zoo authority 
mails letters S 8-3; Bond vote postponement to slow zoo opening S 12-4; 

Randolph land donated for zoo 31-5; Zoo site to open for recreation 
N 4-10;